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Democrats and Trade

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On March 9, 2018
Shaun Richman and I have a piece in the Washington Post arguing that while Trump is full of baloney on trade, Democrats continue to be vulnerable on the issue because they have not articulated a jobs program that speaks to the lived experiences and needs...

Sue the Sweatshops

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On May 30, 2017

Canada slightly improves in my esteem after its ketchup-related crimes by moving in a very positive direction on holding its corporations accountable for sweatshop labor overseas. Many countries do not.

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Chris Brooks has an excellent interview with the historian Dana Frank, who is an expert on so-called "Buy American" campaigns, as well as on guestworkers and many other things. Her books are excellent and you should read them. The interview explores the deep problem with...
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For those who think the U.S. can't legitimately do anything about the conditions of work and environmental exploitation overseas, please examine the new seafood importation standard implemented by the Obama administration starting January 1. On Jan. 1 the United States started enforcing a new import...

A False Choice

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On July 26, 2016

As someone who passionately believes in fair trade, American jobs, and fighting global poverty, there is nothing more infuriating than the sort of dichotomy that commenters like Annie Lowrey and.

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