What do you have against keeping a manufacturing base in America? Henry Ford had the right idea. And I don't think his entrepreneurial spirit was killed.
Yes, the spirit needs to be kept alive. But not allowed to run free until the point it becomes unbridled greed, to the detriment of the very workers who built the system in the first place. Surely you don't regret Kenneth Lay, Michael Milken, and Bernie Madoff having their "entrepreneurial spirits" reeled in a bit?