February 5, 2013

Why Is U.S. Waging a Trade War Against Itself?

Peter Sepp, US News & World Report


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Last week's disquieting news from the Commerce Department, that the U.S. economy contracted by an estimated 0.1 percent in the fourth quarter of 2012 has generated a cacophony of pundits' voices. Shallow analysis holds that a massive decline in Pentagon spending is to blame, and that federal expenditure reductions are somehow suicidal in the future. . .

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