Outsourcing of Jobs

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Outsourcing of Jobs is one of the many divisive issues of American politics.


The United States has entered into a number of trade agreements with countries around the world, one effect of which has been that it is now cheaper to manufacture items abroad than it is to manufacture them here. This outsourcing of labor has removed a significant number of jobs from the United States' economy, to the detriment of the American middle class. Some people want trade restrictions reintroduced, or other government action taken to keep jobs in the country. Opponents worry about the effects such regulation will have on the economy.

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