If an american company can increase it's stock value by outsourcing its labor to other countries, how does that help America citizens? If a company actually disassembles assembly lines and sends them overseas where cheaper labor will reassemble and run the assembly line, how does that help America?
One argument that is used is if American companies don't stay competitive in the overall cost of their products, they will simply lose market share anyways. I don't have an exact answer to that conundrum, but I do know that if local economies don't spread wealth threw enough hands, that local economy will suffer either a quick, or slow death. An import economy does not replenish
a local economy anywhere near as effectively as products that are actually made in america.
Can't American stores guarantee to stock a certain percentage of completely made in america products on their shelves? 25%, 30%, 33%? Shouldn't every American store guarantee a certain amount of American made products are sold within their stores?