Don't Storm Out Of The Wto
`We told you so," critics of the new World Trade Organization crow. Ever since the U.S. joined the WTO last year, opponents warned that it was surrendering its sovereignty to a band of Euro-trade hacks who would eagerly rule against America. Now, the WTO has decided that the U.S. must either ease clean-air restrictions on gasoline imported from Venezuela or face trade sanctions. Pull out now, say conservative, environmental, and consumer-rights groups.
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