The Wrong Way to Make a Trade Deal Public
There are plenty of good reasons why prominent leftists and libertarians on Tuesday launched a campaign to collect 100,000 euros ($110,700) to reward whomever leaks the details of the trade deal the U.S. and the European Union are negotiating. It's a scandal that the document, the text of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, hasn't been released to the public. I won't pledge a cent to the effort, though: I don't want the document to be bought from a thief.
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