Globalization Jimmy Carter Summary

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“Globalization, as defined by rich people like us, is a very nice thing... you are talking about the Internet, you are talking about cell phones, you are talking about computers. This doesn't affect two-thirds of the people of the world”. Jimmy Carter, an American politician and a member of the Democratic Party who served the 39th president of the United States of America. I would personally take the last part of the quote into consideration, two-thirds of the people of the world. This means that the people of the world in the past, present, and future, will never have the same opinion about any single topic. Globalization is a process that makes people interact, come together, work together, combine together, in businesses, schools, and almost…show more content…
The author briefly talks about globalization in general and what does it mean in the first paragraph. He says that people in the planet Earth can easily exchange using the thing that is called globalization. He adds that, just like any other debate, there are pros and cons of globalization, in which the author describes more about his opinion which are the cons of globalization. He says that although he is against globalization, it has some advantages, in which it helps in productivity, living in harmony and cash flow into the developing countries. On the other hand, he adds what he will be talking about in the article, which are the major disadvantages of globalization he thinks, increase in unemployment, social degeneration, and decrease in the level of competition. The author starts with unemployment, he says that it is the most important disadvantage of globalization. The author says that after the industrial revolution, industry became high in some particular countries, and low in other countries, which caused in a huge increase in unemployment in these other countries. The author adds, because of the industry being concentrated in some particular countries, this also caused in increasing of needless workers, in which later, these needless workers found themselves unemployed. The…show more content…
In the article “Advantages of Globalization”, Burande lists thirteen reasons that made him stand on the side of globalization. Beginning with the first one, “Peaceful relations”. Burande here says that countries nowadays, are making peace agreements with each other in order to reduce the number of wars and exchange goods with each other to increase the good level of economy. Burande states that “Free trade” is the second reason that made him stand with globalization. He says the free trade is a process that helps countries trade goods between each other at no taxes, in which it will help consumers buy products at lower costs. Burande also believes that “Global Connectivity” is the third good reason for a person to make them stand with globalization. He adds up, the world now seems to be a smaller place as a result of the internet that is connecting the whole globe. It is also helping individuals, companies, and many other groups of people, sharing ideas and benefitting from them. “New Markets” is the fourth good reason that made him stand with globalization, he says that due to globalization, markets are being invested in different countries in the world, and attracting customers to their good products and reasonable prices. He adds that this
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