Outsourcing has a solution, and the President and Legislators can help to solve this problem. To compete with foreign countries, the U.S. Government must create more jobs here in America for the American people to rebuild the economy and protect the environment. The Government should prohibit companies from outsourcing jobs to foreign countries and protect American jobs by creating programs that will help us make the change to new jobs. Job training opportunities, financial compensation like tax breaks for job creations, health benefits and salary should all be included. The U.S. Government has to give corporations financial incentives to keep the jobs here, such as tax incentives.
According to shared technology, the super power nations should be able to come together with getting the developing nations off the grounds. They should do it because it will help them become more developed, less dependent and decrease and poverty rates, not because it will be beneficial to them and to help the nations as a whole. Numerous of third world countries began industrializing when they noticed that the United States did during the Cold War. Some would debate that increasing financial resources and trading opportunities for the poorest countries is not a sufficient substitute. Consequently, even if it wasn’t that would still be a start in helping the under develop countries thrive more.
The more censored a news article is, the less the audience knows about the story. While America is considered to be more censored than Europe, does this mean we know less than the rest of the world? In order to further review this concern, we must dig deeper into the media censorship of each nation. How does the NEWS shape the way we see the world? While other countries, such as those in Europe, show important, life-changing events and how they take place, the United States is more focused on the daily lives of their celebrities.
For us to better our economy and decrease favoritism we have to give better open doors to the working class. The legislature has attempted to help the white collar class by expanding the base compensation, yet as opposed to helping it made landing positions substantially more troublesome. Presently that organizations know the base compensation has expanded they are turning into a considerable measure stricter on the individuals they enlist. The raising of least wage likewise constrains organizations to release some of t... ... middle of paper ... ...s families get all the more fiscally steady, which will help us return from this gap we dug ourselves in. To make the American dream less demanding for everybody to attain we have to defy the most concerning issue we have, which is wage imbalance.
My goal is to demonstrate the importance of forming good international relationships if becoming a competitive player is the intention. Many scholarly sources, such as the Economic Policy Institute, Congressional Research Service, and the National Forum have converged on this idea that NAFTA has significantly impacted America in a negative way, more so than in a positive way. Claiming that the loss of American jobs, the devaluation of the peso, and the increase in immigration has outweighed any benefit... ... middle of paper ... ...to neighbors harboring hostility towards other members of the community due to an unequal economic status. Rather than separate our countries by concrete borders, NAFTA has provided an opportunity for Canada, America, and Mexico to join forces and become allies. My main goal is to demonstrate how building relationships with our neighboring countries will in turn rebuild our economy.
The future looks very promising for our economy in more ways of more trade, less protectionism and better technology and communications. However, the world will look to the U.S. as the saver or as the virtue enemy. To our allies we must keep them as our friends, to our enemies we must keep them down and impose our will on them. We must limit weapons of mass destruction, which seems to be the number one threat to our global stability. Finally, we must assistance other nation’s to achieve political, social and economical success.
Such issues as the threat of nuclear war and the threat of shortages of natural resources could make implementation of these policies virtually impossible. Along with recognizing the threats to the Unites States from the international community, it is important that we not neglect the internal issues that could threaten the U.S. as a superpower. Recognizing this, it is important to makes sure that the United States maintains a strong economy. Everything starts with money. It is important that the United States build a strong economy so that we my adequately fund all of the ... ... middle of paper ... ... risks for potential threats against ourselves.
We need to bring that sentiment back to American products. If we can make American industries strong again, the government can start to make provisions limiting outsourcing and bringing jobs back to the American people. This should not be thought of as a violation of free trade. How can we possibly trade with other nations successfully when we ourselves are not stable? Resolve the unemployment crisis and we will terminate the foreclosure crisis.
This argument for protection is necessary in that if the US could no longer import and rely on other countries for things such as “aircraft, ordnance and nuclear submarines,” (460) then the defense industries in the US would need to produce these items; therefore needing protection. With this argument, it is very valid in situations that could arise in times of war and being cut off from foreign countries. If too many US industries counted on foreign suppliers for items and then we were suddenly cut off, the US would need to start producing those items which would be difficult due to them once being produced in very low wage paying countries. Like Slavin questions, foreign imports could make the US vulnerable at a time of war because then how would these defense items be efficiently produced? This argument is about US security and how it is to be maintained if imports from foreign countries went awry.
Higher order thinking comes into play when choosing a presidential candidate, or sitting on a jury for a murder trial, or deciding if we need nuclear power plants, or when determining the effects of global warming. As a critical thinker, one becomes a more responsible, contributing member of society. (Schafersman, S.D., 1991). To put us on the road to being critical thinkers, we need to acquire the attributes of a critical thinker and to learn to be fair minded and recognize our own ignorance. Traits of a Critical Thinker In order to improve the thinking ability, one needs intellectual integrity, humility, sense of justice, perseverance, fair mindedness, a confidence in reason, intellectual courage, empathy, and autonomy.