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8/12/08 9:41 AM Read Ch 33, 34 Midterm expectations Indian trade (5 points) Spain (20 points) o Columbus o Cortes o Silver Trade o Serra/ Bourbon Reforms o Illicit trade Mexico (15 points) o Chaos o Visitors/trapers o More illicit trade o Texas (wound) o Collision course US (20 points) o Manifest destiny o Gold rush o Immigrants o Increase in trade I. Immigration Policy II. Santa Clara County III. Yosemite Muir preservationist Utilitarian IV. Corporate Culture V. New strategy of going overseas VI. NIC (Newly Industrial Countries) Outsourcing Seeking educated from overseas VII. 1970s, 1980s, 1990s Increase in service sector High end high income Low end landscaping, custodians 1970-1990
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o 80% of new jobs in CA are in the service section o manufacturing base has plummeted o increase in the amount of women working o 1982-1990 – feminization of labor force Border Industrial Program Countries like Mexico are willing to put the cost for infrustructure Also willing to subsidize Taxes drastically reduced Custom duties eliminated because of NAFTA Consequences: o Growth zone / poles “maquiladores” – U.S. towns in
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