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My Only Concern About 'going Global'

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Posted by Harvey on June 5, 2003 05:16:26 UTC

Is that at one time we could export our way out of a recession. That is, if our economy tanked, we could build products cheaper (lowering dollar) and export more to other nations (and this especially was true for other nations importing to the U.S.). If it comes to a point to where globalization really picks up steam (which I see no stopping point), then we risk putting ourselves into a pickle if a worldwide stagnation economy occurs. Also, there is increasing pressure for 'outsiders' to feel they should have a say so in a country's internal affairs (e.g., economic policy), and that's a troublesome development that could lead to world war or large regional wars. I remember the last election hearing citizens of other countries saying that they should have a right to vote for American presidents since America's policy not only affect America, but the whole world. How true that has become even more so since 2000. I wonder if the voting right was given to other nations to vote for American presidents, how many would re-elect dubya?

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