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Freedom to Trade: Refuting the New Protectionism

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Freedom to Trade: Refuting the New Protectionism
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Publisher: Cato Institute
ISBN/ASIN: 1882577574
Number of pages: 96

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Edward Hudgins argues that free trade is challenged from many parts of the political spectrum. Only international free trade and domestic free markets hold the promise of increasing living standards and job opportunities.

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