Redundant trade, Larry Summers, NAFTA
La.-6: Another fair trade election victory

Turns Out Americans Don't Like Our Current Trade Policy, Says a New Poll

The poll points out what many observers already know. From the first presidential contest in Iowa to early state battles in South Carolina and Wisconsin to Tuesday's approaching primaries in Indiana and North Carolina, trade has and continues to play a dominant role. This follows a 2006 election when 37 congressional challengers calling for a change to our status quo trade policies replaced NAFTA-supporting incumbents.

(Disclosure: Global Trade Watch has no preference among the candidates.)

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