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Im doing a reflection paper on the world is flat. i need to reflect on the skills and knowlege that students will need to remain employed in the 21st century job market..what hurdles the american econmy will have to overcome for its citizens to be competitive in the flat job market.. what policies the goverment should implement in order to keep the US an economic super power and to reduce unemployment... i need to discuss how the flatteninog of the world will affect the US economy as far as gross domestic product and the cost of living and and explanation of how other nations are taking advantage of the flattening of the world...and other possible arguments. Thanks for the help:)

Asked By: Costalot18 - 12/18/2007
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I think the history is rather grim, actually. The US got it's start with playing off France and England, and then increasing tarriffs to protect our steel and other industries. Lacking any federal direction or guidance, the economy seemed to need wars to develop. The country grew mainly through wars to capture Florida... More
Answered By: angelwith4faces - 12/19/2007
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i think the economic super power would be the European Union
Answered By: norman davis - 12/18/2007
 
hats off to angelwithfaces. (i hope i got ur user id correct) brilliant answer
Answered By: Charu Chandra Goel - 12/19/2007
 
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