Humans have always been fascinated with the unknown exploring countries, seas, and even outer space. Humans are also fascinated with greed and power. The british government colonized the americas using their natural resources to profit Britain. The british also colonized the Caribbean for sugar, a good that was less expensive to make than honey. The point is after humans find a new place to explore, they try to take all the good things from it and bring it back to their home for them to enjoy.
The same thing is happening during globalization. Under the veil of providing under privileged countries jobs, technology, and the promise to rise up and become powerful the top corporations from countries move their operations to low cost countries to save money and exploit the weaker countries natural resources. America has, and is still continuing to ensure the people in America a fair place to work and live, regardless of what kind of demographics you have. The problem is that there are few other countries that have put that much effort in promoting equality, they are to busy trying to sustain life. Top companies view these low cost countries much like Britain viewed America and the Caribbean, as a place to exploit for the good of Britain.
Maybe the answer to all of these exploitation to workers is for america to raise tariffs and make it more expensive for countries to outsource the labor costs and exploit workers in other countries who don’t know a better way of life. Don’t buy into that globalization is making the world a better place, it is just a clever guise for companies to cut their costs.