Balancing technological advances with need


Today, a person in Kansas City can buy consumer goods mass-produced in China for a fraction of what his or her grandparents paid. This birth of “containerization,” which is the low cost of moving goods and the huge growth in global trade. D’Amore-McKim Professor Joseph Giglio discusses the fears American families have for their jobs that could be eliminated by technology and the benefits enjoyed by the consumer of low-cost products.