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Dr. Peter Morici, Professor & advocate, applauded as an
American Made Hero Awards Honoree.

Join us in our celebrating Dr. Morici at this "Gathering of Heroes" event!

"Too many dollars spent by Americans go abroad to purchase Middle East oil and Chinese consumer goods that do not return to buy U.S. exports. This leaves U.S. businesses with too little demand to justify new investments and hiring, too many Americans jobless and wages stagnant, and state and municipal governments with chronic budget woes." -- Dr. Peter Morici, Professor of International Business, January 11, 2012



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Dr. Peter Morici
Economist and Professor
The Univ of Maryland School of Business

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Dr. Peter Morici ... selected as an  American Made Hero!
- Economist & Professor at the University of Maryland School of Business.
- Former chief economist for the International Trade Commission.    (Click for ITC info)

As a well credentialed expert in international trade, Dr. Morici's expert view clearly stated in the below C-Span clip is "I am an advocate of free trade but what we have now with China is not free trade, it is economic suicide" which clearly mirrors our view and has easily earned Dr. Peter Morici this individual recognition as an AmericanMadeHero.com!

"American failure to take strong broad actions now would allow Chinese protectionism to wholly disrupt the free trade system facilitated by the World Trade Organization, undermine US and European prosperity, and ultimately burden US broader foreign policy objectives."

    "American failure to act would amount to no more than appeasement, and wholesale neglect of President Obama’s obligations to ensure US economic security and sovereignty."

    Click for -- "Google and the Larger China Challenge" March 23, 2010

    Dr. Morici concludes by wondering about the monster that we are creating when we appease China's authoritarian government:

    "It is high time to confront the fact that China is not evolving into a democratic society with a market economy, and it easily could morph into a fascist menace with global reach."

    "Failing to act contributes to China's success and supports its agenda. To do otherwise is appeasement, and history has taught us the harsh wages of such a policy."



Dr. Peter Morici, Economist & Professor
The University of Maryland School of Business

Dean Baker, co-director for Center for Economic and Policy Research

As you listen to Dr. Peter Morici and Dean Baker in this December 28th, 2009 C-Span appearance they both noted that normnally their views are in conflict but in this current set of serious economic circumstances they are in surprising agreement.

Quote: Dr. Morici -"I would say that the multiplier for government (stimulus) spending is 1.8 and 2 ... which means that if you spend an additional dollar (on stimulus) you should get an additional 1.8 to 2 dollars in GDP (gross domestic product) over a period of 3 to 5 years with most of that (stumulus spending) front end loaded, not the 1st year but more the 2nd half of the 1st year to the 1st half of the 3rd year is when you would get most of the GDP pop. However, it depends on how you spend it. If you do it through infra-structure spending and not many of the materials come from abroad but rather they are domestic materials then you are going to get that pop! ... If you give that money in the form of a tax cut and they run down to the Walmart and buy imported goods then you are not going to get much of a pop."

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Dr. Peter Morici - extended presentation at the New America Foundation.
Dr. Morici is the former chief economist for the International Trade Commission

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Dr. Peter Morici discusses China-US Trade Relations
He is the former chief economist for the International Trade Commission

— June 16, 2009 — China's illegal currency control & manipulation explained.

"China maintains an undervalued currency. It exports more than it imports which creates an excess demand for its' currency which should cause the value of their currency to rise thus making imports from China more expensive and our exports to China less expensive" ... as a true free market should.

"Instead of letting the (free) market deal with the excess in demand, the Chinese Central Bank every week goes out an buys dollars and that thus boosts the demand for dollars and thus essentially keeps the value of their currency somewhere around 6.8 yuan per dollar as opposed to letting it fall to 4 or 3 (yuan per dollar)."

This makes our domestically manufactured product artificially more expensive in China and their products articilaially less expensive here in America thus causing our domestic manufacturers to close or move to China to manufacture under the Communist Chinese's artificially controlled economy.



Dr. Peter Morici discusses What Can Be Done to Fix the US Economy and Get African-Americans Back to Work? -- June 13, 2010
He is the former chief economist for the International Trade Commission

With so much attention being focused on the oil disaster in the Gulf, there is another disaster that we still continue to face: our economy. While the economic outlook is improving, the fact still remains, millions of people -- especially African-Americans -- are jobless and struggling. What can be done, and what should be done, to fix this problem? Dr. Peter Morici an economics professor at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, and Michael Ettlinger vice president for economic policy at the Center for American Progress, a progressive think-tank have some answers.

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Alexander Hamilton
"Not only the wealth, but the independence and security of a country, appear to be materially connected with the prosperity of manufacturers. Every nation ... ought to endeavor to possess within itself all the essentials of a national supply. They comprise the means of subsistence, habitation, clothing and defense ... The expediency of encouraging manufactures in the United States, which was not long since deemed very questionable, appears at this time to be pretty generally admitted."

   -- Alexander Hamilton ... an American Made Hero!


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