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Neoliberalism Has Met Its Match in China

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…making American products cheaper abroad will do little for the American economy because we no longer have a competitive manufacturing base or products to sell. Today’s workers are largely in the service industries – cab drivers, hospital workers, insurance agents and the like. A cheaper dollar abroad just makes consumer goods at Walmart and imported raw materials for US businesses more expensive. What is mainly devalued when a currency is devalued, says Hudson, is the price of the country’s labor and the working conditions of its laborers. The reason American workers cannot compete with foreign workers is not that the dollar is overvalued. It is due to their higher costs of housing, education, medical services and transportation. In most competitor countries, these costs are subsidized by the government.

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The United States is proving that unregulated Capitalism is bringing down this nation which is in fast free-fall. It has benefitted very few while devastating the majority and cannot sustain in the long term.

The reason American workers cannot compete with foreign workers is not that the dollar is overvalued. It is due to their higher costs of housing, education, medical services, and transportation. In most competitor countries, these costs are subsidized by the government.

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