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#1 2016-08-17 09:16:21

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Are trade deals literally Hitler?

Trump has contributed a great service: from getting Joe Sixpack to be ambivalent about trade agreements, to caring about them for the wrong reasons.

What are your thoughts, DnE?


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#2 2016-08-17 17:13:13

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Re: Are trade deals literally Hitler?

Without knowing the immediate repercussions, we shouldn't force our workers to compete so much with worker ants in sweat shops, we should tax it more IMO.

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#3 2016-08-19 00:39:47

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Re: Are trade deals literally Hitler?

SaintVicious wrote:

Without knowing the immediate repercussions, we shouldn't force our workers to compete so much with worker ants in sweat shops, we should tax it more IMO.

I'm sure that'll go over great when our economies are already so intertwined.


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#4 2016-08-19 06:10:39

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Re: Are trade deals literally Hitler?

yfw it's labor productivity and factor endowments that matter, not wage rates

Seriously, the pauper labor argument is retarded. If it were true, the Congo would be "killing" everyone at world trade.


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#5 2016-08-19 21:06:59

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Re: Are trade deals literally Hitler?

But muh infant industries


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