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, china and india came online and industrial players and rolled, the united states was going to shrink inevitably because what you are not supposed to say anymore, that is a fantastic thing, and alleviation of poverty, worldwide policy of a sword the world has never seen, listed out of subsistence living, middle-class life and the life in which you are not likely or as much as possible that your children might die of starvation. this is a fantastic thing. >> sound like a liberal. >> this is the result of market forces. that is a liberal solution. what i would say, people like tom friedman, took the fact of globalization and started saying this is great, everything will be wonderful, great for everybody. a lot of politicians and stuff. talks about how community -- humanitarian life, abound us to each other and kept civilization going were dying because of all sorts of things that should have been going on. not just that the government is broken but the idea that government was starting to take on a roll that was harmful, it was taking on the role of parents and churches that were done a
of time, china and india came online as industrial players. the role of the united states was going to shrink inevitably. and of course the things you're not supposed to say anymore, not only is that a fantastic ring, there has been an alleviation of worldwide poverty. one billion people have been lifted out of subsistence living into maybe not what we would consider a middle-class life, but at least a life where you where it isly -- or possible your children might die of starvation. this is an unalloyed fantastic thing. >> sounds like a liberal. >> not at all. i think this is the result of market forces. however, what i would say is -- what peoplet like tom friedman, who took the fact of globalization and started saying this is great. the world is flat, everything is going to be wonderful. a lot of conservative thinkers -- not politicians -- but there were people from the 80's and 90's onward who talked about how community was framed, communitarian life was framed in the united states. the things that bound us to each other and that cap civilization going were dying because of all
industrial needs and then, as europe rebuilds and japan rebuilds and over the course of time china and india came online as industrial players the role of the united states was going to shrink inevitably and the thing you're not supposed to say anymore, that's a fantastic thing. there's been an alave united nations of poverty over the last 30 years, worldwide poverty that the world has never seen with a billion people being lifted out of subsistence living into maybe not what we would consider a middle-class life but at least a life in which you're not likely -- which it's possible that your children might die of starvation so this is an unaloyed fantastic thing. >> you sound like a liberal. >> not at all! i think this is the result of market forces. however, what i would say is that saying that, you know -- people like tom friedman who then took the fact of globalization and started saying "this is great, the world is flat, everything's going to be wonderful, it's just great for everybody." a lot of conservative thinkers -- i don't mean like politicians and stuff but there are peo
world's industrial needs and as europe rebuilt and japan rebuilt and over the course of time china and india came on line as industrial players, the role of the united states was going to shrink just because -- and of course, the thing you're not supposed to say anymore, not only -- and that's a fantastic thing, there has been an alleviation of poverty of a sort that the world has never seen with a billion people lifted out of that living into maybe not what we would consider a middle class life but at least a life which you're not likely -- which it's possible that your children might die of starvation. so this is actually a fantastic thing. >> sound like a liberal. >> not at all. i think this is the result of market forces. i don't think that's a liberal solution. however, what i would say is that saying that, you know, with people like tom friedman who started saying this is great, the world is flat, it's just great for everybody, a lot of conservative thinkers, i don't mean like politicians and stuff but there are people from the '80s and '90s onward who talked about how community
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)