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New Yorker: The Free-Trade Paradox

Author: James Surowiecki
May 26, 2008

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James Surowiecki writes that despite the Democratic presidential candidates' negative rhetoric on free trade, average Americans have generally benefited from free trade with China "in the sense that it's made their dollars go further than they otherwise would have."

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