The Fair Trade Fraud: How Congress Pillages the Consumer and Decimates American Competitiveness (Paperback)
How Congress Pillages the Consumer and Decimates American Competitiveness
Palgrave MacMillan, 9780312083441, 336pp.
Publication Date: August 15, 1992
"The Fair Trade Fraud" is a direct attack on US trade policies and on the principle of political control of trade. James Bovard exposed the political and moral core of protectionism, demonstrating that politicians cannot make trade more fair by making it less free.
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Praise For The Fair Trade Fraud: How Congress Pillages the Consumer and Decimates American Competitiveness…
"A disturbing work on a timely topic." --Library Journal
"Bovard offers a smashing condemnation of American trade policy and exposes the corrupt core of protectionism and the absurdity of Congress making trade more 'fair' by making it less 'free'. . . . (shows) how arbitrary and ultimately counterproductive and restrictive our trade practices are."--The Wall Street Journal