How To Keep Free Trade From Dividing Us
The powerful surge in America's foreign trade has been the bright spot in an otherwise weak economy. Without it, the recession would undoubtedly have been more severe and the recovery even more anemic. Yet troubling new information indicates that free trade is driving a wedge right down the middle of the work force. The result? The U.S. is developing a pattern of income inequality that is different from anything it has ever experienced.
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