Protectionist Trade Policy in the World Labor Markets
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The paper describes the "lose-lose" economy where the American workers will lose good paying jobs due to China's desperate need for work, as its population forces it to accept American imperial ambitions to dominate its manufacturing sector. The paper provides an argument that the economy demands protectionist constraints on trade, as the unregulated boundaries of this trade are un-American and propose massive wealth for the few, over the needs of the many in the global markets.
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