"Germany and France spent decades at each others' throats. Now, bound by a common currency, they're working together to save the euro zone. It's a story that's begging for a musical number — which, as it happens, we have right here."
"It's a myth that the U.S. doesn't make anything anymore." The U.S. economy still produces more through manufacturing tangible goods ($1.5 trillion) than it does in providing services ($600 billion) for the international market. The maps and graphs in this article are great teaching materials. The impact of NAFTA is shown powerfully in the regionalization of U.S. trade partners, making this salient material for a discussion on supranationalism as well.
I work in a store in Newport, RI and I constantly hear complaints about how the US doesnt manufacture anything itself. This map is great evidence that the US does make its own goods. It also shows what areas of the world the US most effects and how proximity influences the effect the US has on these other countries. It is an interesting read as I learned a great deal about the goods and services of the US and it gave me a better idea of the United State's place in world trade.
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