When we buy the products “made in our country”, we support our economy because we enable local businesses to persist and local jobs to exist. Therefore we fight against unemployment. When unemployment is lower, less people need welfare. As Ronald Reagan has said: “We should measure welfare's success by how many people leave welfare, not by how many are added”. May we buy the products “made in our country”, especially if their quality is better and even if they are a bit more expensive, because each time we do so, we support local employment. If we don’t support local employment, people risk to lose their job and economic independence, more people would need welfare and the government would raise taxes for social peace. So, in the end, it is far less expensive to buy the products “made in our country” and keep local employment, than to pay expensive taxes to compensate for local unemployment.