When the U.S. devalues the dollar, the tight relationship between the world’s currencies and the dollar means that a devaluation stateside is generally a global event.
You can learn a tremendous amount of theory and history from these two masters of the craft– and also discover how to have a great time while trying to alert the world to what is the single most important choice we face in the entire world today: freedom or government control.
There should be as much contact and trade as possible between people and no more formal contact between governments than necessary.
If we persist in reducing their brilliant progress to anything other than hard work being matched with freedom, we risk turning the biggest consumers of all things American against the United States. The economic consequences for the American people will be unfortunate.
The Trump administration pulled back from the brink of disaster in trade relations with Mexico — but there is reason to doubt that this unusual display of good sense indicates a change in intellectual orientation, much less a lasting shift in policy. The man-made trade mess of the last year and a half is likely to get more bizarre before it gets better.
Those who argue for a decentralized and free Europe, now overshadowed from the left and right, need to find a voice and make a positive change.
Not all things are right with the world here yet. There is a very long way to go. The point is that people in this country now know that change can happen.