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Protectionism and Free Trade
If modern claims about the harm of free trade are true, then Lincoln must have been helping the Confederacy with his military blockade.
Protectionism and Free TradeWorld History
Thatcher's infamous yet magnificent "Bruges speech," which was far from being anti-EU, was a stark warning against Brussels' power-grabbing central government.
Protectionism and Free TradePolitical TheoryValue and Exchange
In spite of claims they will benefit society overall, interventionist policies designed to benefit certain interest groups ultimately only help certain groups at the expense of everyone else.
Bureaucracy and RegulationProtectionism and Free TradeU.S. Economy
The new trade agreement will be simply an amalgamation of the old NAFTA, the previously rejected TPP, and some new protectionist measures.
Much of Donald Trump's political rhetoric appears to be premised on "honor ideology" which places reputation and respect from others above all else, even at the cost of self-harm.
Protectionism and Free TradeTaxes and Spending
Both at home and abroad, the government causes the problems it says we need more government to solve.
Octavio Paz, defined government as "the philanthropic ogre," a creature that seemingly wishes to help the unfortunate, but at the same time devours more and more of the nation’s prosperity.
Labor and WagesProtectionism and Free Trade
Historically, US immigration policy limited rejection and deportation to those deemed to be either criminals or incapable of supporting themselves economically. The modern quota system takes a far more arbitrary approach.
American tariffs are just taxes on Americans, and its the American consumer who will suffer most.
Why attack the most vulnerable in our society, who benefit enormously from inexpensive imported retail goods?