A retomada da hegemonia norte-americana
Until 1980/81 it was not reasonable to suppose that U.S.A. could be able to reaffirm its hegemony upon their western competitors, neither they had tried to pass to a new international economic order and to a new labor division which they cowl control. Today this probability is very high. In case U.S.A. keep the present policy with the same vigour until 1988, without causing an internal or international financial crash, then they will complete a decade of absorption of liquidity, capital and credit from the rest of the world. The U.S.A. will also reach a five-year growth at the expense of the relative stagnation of their more important capitalist competitors.