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    Polemicist Supremum Monk-Eye's Avatar
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    How Far Should America Return To The National System ?

    " How Far Should America Return To The National System ? "

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Americ...ol_(economics)
    The New Deal continued infrastructure improvements through the numerous public works projects of the Works Progress Administration (WPA) as well as the creation of the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA); brought massive reform to the banking system of the Federal Reserve while investing in various ways in industry to stimulate production and control speculation;but abandoned protective tariffs while embracing moderate tariff protection (revenue based 20–30% the normal tariff under this) through reciprocity, choosing to subsidized industry as a replacement. At the close of World War II, the United States now dominant in manufacturing with little competition, the era of free trade had begun.[39]In 1973 when the "Kennedy" Round concluded under PresidentRichard Nixon, who cut U.S. tariffs to all time lows, the New Deal orientation towards reciprocity and subsidy ended, which moved the United States further in the free market direction, and away from its American School economic system.[40][41]

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    Different times, you can't really use the New Deal as a comparison.

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    Different times, you can't really use the New Deal as a comparison.
    The last section on evolution was chosen as it elaborates contemporary attitudes towards nationalism while trying to contend with lais·sez-faire opportunities .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monk-Eye View Post
    " How Far Should America Return To The National System ? "

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Americ...ol_(economics)
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    Have you been fruit loops all your life? Looks like the only real response you got was another fruit loops.

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    Have you been fruit loops all your life? Looks like the only real response you got was another fruit loops.
    The opening post introduces a topic of emphasized concern for contemporary voting blocks .

    The government collects receipts for management of commerce , which is regarded as an indirect method of taxation , to provide services such as validating financial transactions , for safety , for security and for infrastructure development .

    Does it seem from the highlighted quotes that a remittance to citizens crossed a rail between these statements , " ... abandoned protective tariffs while embracing moderate tariff protection (revenue based 20–30% the normal tariff under this) through reciprocity, choosing to subsidized industry as a replacement." , and , " ... cut U.S. tariffs to all time lows, the New Deal orientation towards reciprocity and subsidy ended, which moved the United States further in the free market direction, and away from its American School economic system." ?

    Is government expected to remit to citizens any benefits from facilitating establishments of mercantilism ?

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    At issue is whether national enrichment through employment to improve domestic productivity should be acquired through some form of protectionism for purposes of social welfare as is described in the national system .

    The effects upon employment and population demographics from the offshoring and onshoring of different labor forces can become very apparent , perhaps both good and bad .

    Highly Valued Cultural Exchange Versus Highly Scrutinized Creed For Citizenship

    Join in or contribute with a related topic if should you acquire a basis of understanding for the issues .


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Americ...ol_(economics)
    The American School, also known as the "National System", represents three different yet related constructs in politics, policy and philosophy.

    Closely related to mercantilism, it can be seen as contrary to classical economics. It consisted of these three core policies:

    protecting industry through selective high tariffs (especially 1861–1932) and through subsidies (especially 1932–70)
    government investments in infrastructure creating targeted internal improvements (especially in transportation)
    a national bank with policies that promote the growth of productive enterprises rather than speculation.[8][9][10][11]
    It is a capitalist economic school based on the Hamiltonian economic program.[12] The American School of capitalism was intended to allow the United States to become economically independent and nationally self-sufficient.
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    Cultural exchange should be an admirable tradition .
    Alternatively , the extension of citizenship to alien members should be limited to those actually in agreement with expectations included within the social civil contract .
    Those fictional ishmaelism i slam pundits proffering that qurayshism should be implemented outside of hejaz are debase and are forwarding a premise ethically contrary with the social civil contract of the us constitution .
    Does it bother you that your posts are mostly ignored?
    Whether one or an other bothers to attend to an opinion is a matter of odds .

    In other venues where actual fictional ishmaelism i slam pundits are accessible , one asked who was paying me to write such material .

    My response was to inquire whether they thought anyone would be willing to pay me .

    The steps needed to dismantle fictional ishmaelism i slam are clear , so try not to pretend that any should have respect for the contrary of those pandering the foolishness of objective ignorance .


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    Does it seem that many have set aside the economic ideals of what it means to be an american ?

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