When Free Trade Carries Too High A Price
President Bush was right in saying that "jobs, jobs, jobs" are at stake in U.S. efforts to narrow the trade gap with Japan. Unfortunately, his hat-in-hand mission to Tokyo proved to be a public-relations disaster that diverted attention from the basic problem: The chronic U.S. trade deficit with Japan shows no signs of going away.
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