Isolation Bad, Globalization Good

July 7, 2008 by Sarah Viets · Comment
Filed under: Politics 

I don’t think isolationism should influence American foreign policy and here’s why:

The rise of isolationist foreign policies is in response to globalization. And Why?

When our American economy competes globally, so does our individual income. In result, how much we make per hour or each year competes with the standard amount of money people make in various countries.

So, if we can agree our cost of living is higher than developing countries, than we can also agree the amount of money we make is also higher.

Therefore, if we compete within global markets, our individual wages and economic standards of living will decline.

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