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In Opinion by Michael Rae

The Poverty of Protectionism
Pierre Lemieux, EconLib
A free trader is tempted to support such agreements for the good they do, not for their bad justifications. But this imbroglio risks entrenching the idea that free trade is a privilege of domestic producers instead of the liberty of both domestic consumers and producers (or their intermediaries) to individually make the best deals they can find. Continue Reading…
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