Anti Globalists Just Don't Get It

What they say they want--fairness, progress, and justice for workers--is best achieved through free trade

A loose coalition of forces, from trade protectionists to angry anarchists, gathered in Washington during the recent annual meeting of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund to battle a common enemy: global trade. Sadly, these protests may have an impact on U.S. policymakers at a crucial moment.

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