So then, what happened? Is this even more about corporate greed? Corporations around the the world hold billions of dollars in their pockets, due to the privilege of overseas cheap labor, turning out enormous profits because they didn't want to pay a fair labor wage in their own country, nor pay their share of fair taxes. Wowww. So now, what is the result? Maybe it's an unsustainable manufacturized quality of life, where the things produces have no real lasting value, where most things are made to be disposable as opposed to lasting.
This kind of stuff sort of makes you yearn for the good old days, when mothers and daughters made beautiful dresses that they could pass down to the next one, when you could sleep under a quilt that your grandma made and could pass it down another generation because it was made so well, when people took pride in the artistry of 'made by hand' and when America was made in America.
I imagine that if I lived in China, I'd feel somewhat the same way. I'd want to go back to the artistry of my Chinese culture and I'd probably wonder why I had to spend my life making stuff for Americans.
It just makes you wonder; in a thousand years when archaeologist come along and dig up the rubble, I believe they'll swear they've found some ancient, lost Chinese city.
Cheers to The Social Influence The Experience.
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