NRinger_Globalization_11132011

NRinger_Globalization_11132011 - Is Globalization Good for...

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Is Globalization Good for Society Political Thinking Sunday, November 13, 2011 Natalie C. Ringer Rasmussen College
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Written Assignment 2 In any workplace the specialization for any task always makes the job seem to move faster and makes the work easier by the person completing it because they have been trained to complete that task. It is my experience that any time something has been assigned to an individual and they have taken the time to learn all aspects of the job it makes a more fluid and efficient outcome overall. In other countries they have been able to hone their abilities and complete the tasks that they are best at. I think this gives these countries the upper hand because they have the ability to specialize in one particular thing and they have been able to corner the market in these products. I believe that Adam Smith’s idea that the state should not interfere with the actions of the control of all parts of the economy is correct. I think that the state takes too many things
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