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May 24, 2007

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Mark Wadsworth

Yeah, but it not "American men so quick to blame offshoring" it's two-a-penny sound-bite spewing protectionist and interventionist politicians (and probably trade union leaders as well).

I have never heard any real live person in the pub or round the dinner table say anything bad (or good for that matter) about off-shoring.

Chris

"Why are American men so quick to blame offshoring and foreigners for their (perceived) trouble, but not women or exploitative capitalists?"

Tabloids seem to prefer blaming foreigners over totty and the elite.

dearieme

Hen-pecked.

Fanny Herring

Run that past me again? Employing extra people overseas on low wages is good for jobs market, but employing extra women on low wages is bad for it?

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