Foreign Affairs Backstory on Trade and Worker Protections

It has become an axiom in American politics that workers have suffered at the hands of globalization. As economic integration connected the world, opportunities dried up at home. “A responsible policy would capture the gains of free trade but make up for domestic losses,” Gordon Hanson writes. “In recent years, the United States has done neither.”

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