There seems to be some focus on trying to solve current economic problems by going back to an earlier point in time. That's not going to happen. Open world wide trade is here to stay. When Home Depot came into towns many small and medium sized hardware stores went under. When the internet came about shopping online for smaller items wasn't very common due to large shipping charges. The internet companies adapted and prospered. Medium sized hardware stores couldn't compete with Home Depot but many small hardware stores adapted and found a way to stay viable (by distinguishing themselves from Home Depot). Auto makers in Detroit haven't adapted very well but Toyota is able to sell well made cars at very competitive prices and to do so with cars made both in Japan and here in the U.S. Do you think that immigrants, trade laws, Mexico are all just excuses for companies that haven't done there part to adapt to changing conditions?