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Globalization's obstacle is not only the US politics but EU's too--see Germany or France.

To go one step forward, it is the differential between the actual and desired levels of skills and education to be an effective player in a global economy on the part of the US workforce. We serve too many burgers and colas to each other...

So, in the US we have to deal with (re-)education of the workforce, in the EU countries, they have to deal with social systems' limitations.

For another comparative view on globalization, check this out: http://imotion.blogspot.com/2005/03/is-globalization-enough-carrot-for.html

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