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redqueen Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Aug-25-06 04:03 PM
Response to Reply #13
15. sounds good to me!
as long as it works for the workers, that's good.

however, there should be global labor unions to facilitate bargaining power :7
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  -The Big "Globalization" LIE RethugAssKicker  Aug-25-06 12:58 PM   #0 
  - Agree. What will really make the American economy falter is  GOPBasher   Aug-25-06 01:02 PM   #1 
  - You're right. They make astronomical amounts of money, and  redqueen   Aug-25-06 01:04 PM   #2 
  - A world wide livable wage sounds like a great idea but  FILAM23   Aug-25-06 01:15 PM   #5 
     - First: economists. (how is that hard?)  redqueen   Aug-25-06 02:15 PM   #8 
     - So what's a basic need?  NoMoreMyths   Aug-25-06 02:28 PM   #11 
     - It has to be done.  redqueen   Aug-25-06 04:02 PM   #14 
        - Didn't say we should  NoMoreMyths   Aug-26-06 10:24 AM   #25 
     - Sorry,  FILAM23   Aug-25-06 02:37 PM   #13 
        - sounds good to me!  redqueen   Aug-25-06 04:03 PM   #15 
           - As long as membership in the union  FILAM23   Aug-26-06 10:01 PM   #34 
     - good questions  klyon   Aug-25-06 02:22 PM   #10 
     - I need something explained better  NoMoreMyths   Aug-25-06 02:32 PM   #12 
        - I think at the end all economies will level off at about the same  klyon   Aug-25-06 06:37 PM   #17 
           - So then there is an end game to globalization?  NoMoreMyths   Aug-26-06 10:30 AM   #27 
     - US should use its market power as pressure  Armstead   Aug-25-06 04:08 PM   #16 
     - Who gets to decide who lives, and when it's time to die,  HypnoToad   Aug-26-06 10:10 AM   #21 
  - Absolutely. Just look at what NAFTA has done.  sinkingfeeling   Aug-25-06 01:10 PM   #3 
  - I don't think globalization is anything new...  stillcool47   Aug-25-06 01:12 PM   #4 
  - There once was a saying, "Labor create$ ALL wealth"  HypnoToad   Aug-26-06 10:13 AM   #22 
  - and going downhill steadily,  gula   Aug-25-06 01:50 PM   #6 
  - Isolationism? But Bush and Bernanke tell us that is hurting globalization  HypnoToad   Aug-26-06 10:17 AM   #23 
  - I think that's too americo centric  bryant69   Aug-25-06 01:53 PM   #7 
  - Everyone can't have everything  NoMoreMyths   Aug-25-06 02:17 PM   #9 
  - kick  Armstead   Aug-26-06 09:14 AM   #18 
  - Globalization is the most important movement in the world.  robcon   Aug-26-06 09:51 AM   #19 
  - Only when it allows people to live comfortably.  HypnoToad   Aug-26-06 10:08 AM   #20 
  - "When it does, it will be marvelous"  JHB   Aug-26-06 10:34 AM   #28 
  - Endless globalized growth(of everything) on a finite planet  NoMoreMyths   Aug-26-06 10:40 AM   #29 
  - I don't know about that.  LWolf   Aug-26-06 10:52 AM   #30 
  - When "it" happens, it will not be called "globalization"  skids   Aug-26-06 09:44 PM   #32 
  - Globalization only helps the corporations.  MATTMAN   Aug-26-06 09:47 PM   #33 
  - Different peoples have been trading for how long? The problem  theophilus   Aug-26-06 10:21 AM   #24 
  - Until there is an acceptible "Global Standard of Living"  U4ikLefty   Aug-26-06 10:29 AM   #26 
  - There is a "Global Standard of Living"  robcon   Aug-26-06 09:03 PM   #31 
  - When companies start outsourcing jobs  baldguy   Aug-26-06 10:06 PM   #35 

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