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The Consequences of American Autarky

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By charleshughsmith
Wednesday, January 15th, 2014

The Consequences of American Autarky

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By charleshughsmith on
Wednesday, January 15th, 2014

Executive Summary Will profit-chasing bring corporate capital back to the U.S.? China's dwindling T-bill leverage The decline of dependence on Mid-East oil Autarky may be the best investment for the U.S. (and similar nations) If you have not yet read Part I: What If Nations Were Less Dependent on Another? available free to all readers, please click here to read it first. In Part I, we sketched out a framework for evaluating the trade-offs implicit in autarky; i.e., national self-sufficiency.  In Part II, we’ll explore a few potential ramifications of America’s declining consumption of energy and increasing ability to replace

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