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How Globalization Went Bad

How Globalization Went Bad - Theory Ev idence and Practice...

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Theory, Ev idence, and Practice I. Decisions must be made no matter what…a lot a ride on getting it right… II. Before we act we must think about the action…we assume people are rational…the other is we look to the past and to he cases (when you put a lot together you get data) and we hope to look for patterns…what would deduction tell us and what would evidence tell us…what were doing is looking at theories…”we rarely admit that we are doing it” a. We drop bombs, give aids, all based on the assumption that it leads to a main goal III. “How Globalization Went Bad” a. The author identifies three arguments more globalization is better, but it has bad effects, way to limit bad effects is for the US to be a bigger power a.i. The assumption generally not put down a.ii. Globalization is not a problem but a solution and a lot of places are not getting it a.iii. Many nations have a hard time finding allies so their goal is to neutralize power through weapons of mass destruction and… a.iv. Big PICTURE we are in for a rough time and the more powerful we get other countries move towards weapons of mass destruction and terrorism b. Asserting and answer is hard if there is no question…first thing as consumers of
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