Great news! A US novelist, Mark Reutlinger, (also apparently an emeritus law prof at Seattle) has penned a novel called Made in China, lamenting what he seems to see as the economic surrender of the US to the rising Pacific superpower.
This can mean only one thing. China will not take over the world. Its ageing workforce, gangster governance, burgeoning inflation etc etc will slow its economic dominance, if not to a halt, to a crawl at best.
The proof is there to see from 1992.
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That is the year that Michael Crichton’s Rising Sun was published. It warned of total Japanese dominance of the US economy. It was marked by the implosion of the Japanese bubble and Japan’s promotion to global pensioner status. (It also turned into a terrible movie with Sean Connery.)
Novels are not here to educate us about economics. Indeed Rising Sun is clunky because it
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often breaks off to give the reader a quick seminar on international trade or some other worthy topic. They exist to reflect the human condition. So it is no black mark against the good professor that by the time Chinese economic progress gets to the stage of informing literary awareness, it is already old news.