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 Post subject: Pearls to the pigs
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The Case Against Economic Globalization
The Case Against Economic Globalization
December 28, 2016 Spencer P Morrison Analysis 11


The Argument Against Economic Globalization & Globalism
The Cato Institute boldly claims that free trade benefits all.

Wrong.

There are very few absolutes in life—and none in the realm of economics.

There are exceptions and limitations to every rule, no matter how robust they may seem at first. Even the “axiomatic” laws of supply and demand can be violated, as happens daily in luxury markets—the more expensive the Lamborghini or Gucci handbag, the more people want it.

And free trade, the colloquial shibboleth for economic globalization, is no exception.

In reality, economic globalization is domain-specific—sometimes it’s good, sometimes it’s bad, depending upon where you are, and who you’re trading with.

For Americans, it’s been bad. Real bad.
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"In reality, economic globalization is domain-specific—sometimes it’s good, sometimes it’s bad, depending upon where you are, and who you’re trading with.
", that pretty well sums it up.

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