- Published: October 31, 2021
- Updated: October 31, 2021
- University / College: Northumbria University at Newcastle
- Level: Doctoral Studies
- Language: English
- Downloads: 9
The fascinating item in the article is an illusion surrounding America’s economic system that trickles down to unsuspecting admirers, while the reverse is true. Notably, this is intriguing because of many reasons. To start with is the fact that as many countries reform to match America’s economic structure, when Americans themselves survive unemployment and wage disparities. Subsequently, as other governments strive to have consistent growth rate and high living standards, only one percent of Americas Population feels the change. The high affinity for similarity and malignant deception has led many countries to turmoil considering the diverse economic, as well as geographical caricature. In this light, it becomes interesting how America continues to enjoy dominance and higher preference when it is just an illusion. The article is more of a demonstration of the large inequality and harsh living conditions surrounding America’s admired structure.
The notable limitation in the article remains its inability to make a fair comparison. Apparently, it has given more weight to the negative features contrary to ethical perspectives in writing. Clearly, the article has not focused the investment returns as well as the stock exchange propensities, which makes America an economic giant. In as much as the issues discussed in the article shades light on Americas situation, it gives a partial analysis. Certainly, it is beyond reasonable doubt that when compared to other countries Americas economic willpower remains unattainable. Despite the diverse economic and geographical conditions, the inequality as well as other problems highlighted in the article is common attributes of development.