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29 Nov, 2022 06:26

Nationalism Debate, Part 2 – The economy


The Biden administration has passed a 40-billion-dollar aid package for Ukraine. Meanwhile, America is borrowing money from China to stay afloat. President Biden is planning on revoking Trump-era tariffs and sanctions on other countries to try and combat inflation. However, lowering the price of imported products makes domestic products less competitive. When should a country adopt a little bit of nationalism to save their own economy? On this episode of the 360 View, Scottie Nell Hughes is joined by David Tawil, president and co-founder of Prochain Capital, as well as Edward Morse, farmer and professor at Creighton University.