Quotation of the Day…

by Don Boudreaux on June 4, 2018

in Myths and Fallacies, Trade

… is from page 55 of Stuart Anderson’s paper “Unclean Hands: America’s Protectionist Policies,” which is chapter 6 of Freedom to Trade, Edward L. Hudgins, ed. (1997):

International trade is not a war or even a contest between nations, which is why the “level playing field” argument for maintaining U.S. trade restrictions is inappropriate. Trade is a series of mutually beneficial exchanges between companies and individuals.


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