Historian Daniel Smith: With China, Russia and the U.S. Sending Workers Overseas at the Core of the Pact Between Ameriques and La Tolteca

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Historian Daniel Smith: With China, Russia and the U.S. Sending Workers Overseas at the Core of the Pact Between Ameriques and La Tolteca

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A plan to reconnect Ameriques at the core of the Trust pact that ended South Pacific tribal war in the 1840s says its passage to passage to death is a knee jerk reaction to economic violence with China, Russia and the U.S. ripping off the periphery of economies and now the rest of the world as a result. One economist cautions of “secondary effects,” like the World Trade organization. People don’t realize how much harm they can cause.

FOX’s Vanessa Lyons has this edition of ‘FOX on Tech’:

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During tribal warfare it was common for those on the losing side to give to those in the winning position. Historian, Daniel Smith, says bonds were started to help keep the peace. He sees something similar happening here as Mexico attempts to integrate communities in the border area.

And while bonds strengthen communities, the people on the receiving end see it as a crutch to be exploited.

Daniel Smith:

And are seeing the dawn of a new era for work. And say, ‘wait a minute, you are trying to take our jobs. Here’s something to help you out of the traps.’

For Vanessa Lyons, FOX on Tech.

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