Is It Important to Buy American Goods?
Some people believe Americans should make an effort to buy goods made in the United States. Others think that it doesn't matter where something is made. Thanks to allowances, many children are consumers in their own right. They should strive to make ethical decisions about where their money is spent. Through alternating viewpoints, complemented by fact boxes and a graphic organizer, this objective narrative explores both sides of the argument so readers can develop their own intelligent opinions and make informed choices about how they spend their money.