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U.S. Had to Export Jobs for Demographic Reasons

When multiplier relationships are recognized, the conclusion is that the U.S. did not have enough population to produce what it has been consuming. Continue reading

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Exporting Jobs

Free Trade is a very good thing, but free trade taken too far is destructive. Hard data shows why. Continue reading

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Is the Trade Balance Making Any Stimulus Ineffective?

Open trade borders leak (money flows). Stimulus done in one country alone will benefit its trading partners more – as they did not have to invest any capital to be stimulated.

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