Protectionism Won't End Workers' Pain


By Christopher Farrell

WAVES OF WORKER WORRY. Job scares aren't new. Rapid automation in the 1960s threw a wave of anxiety across the U.S. workforce. Then there was the rise of Japanese cars and electronics in the 1980s and the NAFTA scare of the 1990s, when many workers feared their jobs would flee to Mexico.


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