Early life and background[ edit ] Russell as a four-year-old Childhood home, Pembroke Lodge Bertrand Russell was born on 18 May at Ravenscroft, TrellechMonmouthshireinto an influential and liberal family of the British aristocracy. Lord Amberley consented to his wife's affair with their children's tutor, the biologist Douglas Spalding. Both were early advocates of birth control at a time when this was considered scandalous. His paternal grandfather, the Earl Russellhad been asked twice by Queen Victoria to form a government, serving her as Prime Minister in the s and s.
Roberts A fable of free trade and protectionism "The Choice" is a non-fiction presentation of Russell D Roberts who has written this book on fictional format. He has mentioned some imaginary characters and few real characters as well.
This book concentrates on free trade and protectionism. This book is presented in a very unconventional way where the English economist David Ricardo who died in comes down to earth in to meet Ed Johnson who is supporting the bill to stop free trade and start protectionism.
In this book David Ricardo tells Ed Johnson how free trade could bring more prosperity to the whole Americans as well as the future generation.
The writer has had presented the conversation between the two people and discusses on the idea of free trade and protection. Ed Johnson owned stellar T. V Company at Star Illinois. It was one of the biggest T. V producing companies in and around the states, but Ed.
Johnson is worried about the foreign competition when the Japanese T.
V company started selling cheaper T. V in the US market. Frank Bates supports the bill and hence Ed has to give a speech for Frank Bates to support his candidacy for President. That night Ed meets David Ricardo who comes back to earth to tell Ed Johnson the benefits of free trade and why he should not support Frank Bates Bill of protectionism.
David Ricardo having the power to take time leaps takes to the year David Ricardo informs Ed Johnson that the bill of protectionism did not pass in and hence there is free trade in America during David Ricardo explains that Americans make the wealth from a roundabout way in which US produces some products, sells it to the foreign market and then imports foreign products.
In this way Americans produce what they were good at, sold them to the Japanese and imported cheaper Japanese products. For Instance Americans were better producers of medical drugs and Japanese produced better T.
Hence, because of free trade, Americans sold medical drugs to the Japanese to buy Japanese T. V in a roundabout way.
Due to high imports of Japanese T. V industries started to shutdown and hence many Americans lost their jobs in the T. This seems to be a very bad effect on the T. V industries in the USA and people lost jobs as well. It seemed unfair but, these workers were then employed in many other industries that were evolving during those times.This is just some of my thoughts on reading Russell D.
Roberts book "The Choice".
Mr. Roberts makes a very valid argument for free trade. The book is interesting because it counters all the arguments that Japan is going to take over the US.
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