One of the reasons companies outsource workers, and thus help imperialize foreign countries, is for cheap labor. Western corporations can have multiple sources for a given item, in order to allow continued production once one region realizes it is being treated unfairly and strikes. Oddly, it is argued that these companies could survive without any foreign connection—capitalism without imperialism. But, this would lower profits and prevent “advanced capitalism.” The decision to claim that cultures with what is considered modern technology is defined by military power rather than which culture is actually superior. It is this force that essentially created this gap.
To increase their taxes would be appropriate and this would be stream lining taxes at a time when the economy needs a boost. The Keynesian economists would look at government spending as a means for the government to stop the little growth the economy has had and is to have. The government spending would make it so the people would not have the money to spend within the states and they would have to go without needs and desires. This in turn would be the money that could be used within the economy.
Americans today have much concern about the concept of outsourcing. Ron Hira and Anil Hira in there book Outsourcing America, pose the question “Who is right and why is there difference in opinion whether this is good for America?” Critics continue to argue that outsourcing has a negative impact on American jobs, the economy, national security and pose that should this be allowed to continue, a prosperous future for all Americans is dim. However, it is also profitable for all to view their complaints as objectively as possible because they would never mention the vast benefits that come with outsourcing, especially here in America. Yes, the subject does bring a lot of insecurity and confrontation, but there are those who see it differently. While outsourcing has negative and positive implications, in the long run the future for American will lean towards the positive side of the scale.
The Imperial secretary Sang Hongyang declares “abolition of these measures is not expedient.” This statement means that Legalists believe the policies are necessary to keep the empire running and that it is not practical to abolish them, for then the treasuries would be depleted and funding for defense for the soldiers would be obsolete. Then he goes on to explain how “equitable marketing” was established and how it contributes to their country. Before this system, the people would send respective products as tributes to support the country, but the Legalists think that people are untrustworthy and should be governed by laws to force them to do good. They came up with this set of laws, i.e. setting up transportation offices, forcing the people to send their goods to these places because the government did not trust the quality of the products sent from the people.
The Union is supposed to help the economy, not take away businesses that will help it. Efforts made by the Union to keep Hostess and get a better pay and benefits for the workers were too expensive and not very reasonable. I think they should have tried to work out a better plan instead of making it practically impossible for Hostess to agree. Because Hostess went out of business, it will affect not only the lives of more than 18,500 workers, but it will also hurt the economy of the United
American citizens pressured the government to regulate cooperations and trade in order to stop them from creating pools, make use of rebates, the monopolization of trade, and take advantage of the consumers which violated lassie faire ideas to a slight degree. Even though the regulations were small and did little to solve the problems presented by the people, it set the precedent for larger and stricter regulations to come into play in the future generations. American citizens also pressured the government to help preserve healthy competition in the business world but only to a minor degree. All of these actions changed the standards of what the government can do in the world of economics forever. Railroad expansion was relatively new during the gilded age.
Even though they may have a good price for the quality and quantity the monies is not helping our economy grow. Once again we are sending money out helping other countries grow while we as a whole are here in the U.S. struggling. I can understand the need to buy steal, iron or any other manufactory goods cheaper if they can be found on foreign land, even though it make take away plenty of money. However, the use of these materials may be used to build new stuff that will help the grow economy and cause more jobs. I believe with using the foreign countries we as the United States need to make sure the steel, manufacture goods and anything else is of good material and we will not put out more money than needed because “we” decided to trust them.
Instead of profiting from a high yield the producers will lose customers because of their anxiety towards the foreign milk. Hypothetically the producers would have benefited from the advancement, but realistically, nations worldwide would want a guarantee that their people are not going to be harmed. It is natural for people to be scared of change, and the fear of genetically altered food is a prime example of
Feeling helpless due to the economy they become addicted to claiming help from other sources other than themselves because it just seems easier. Thomas argues,” Anyone who thinks dysfunctional government is going to help their dreams is putting their faith in the wrong place.” In other words, the government cannot help everyone. Instead we should but putting our faith into ourselves. We are what makes America today, and if we don’t like it, then maybe we should take action and change it. If we were to start by supporting small business, we would be creating more employment, and keeping money in the community.
With the tough economic times we are now facing; it is more important than ever to look for ways to get us back on track. It is up to us as Americans to stand up for what we believe in and for what is right. I personally don’t smoke marijuana, but I believe that this is a way for our government to profit and make this country stronger than it is today for my children and eventually my grandchildren; not only for this reason, but for our old and our sick and our fellow Americans that have lost their job, their pensions and their