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Tariffs won't cure trade blues

An editorial from the Los Angeles Times

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President Donald Trump has been the biggest advocate of protectionism to occupy the White House since Herbert Hoover. So far, though, the Trump administration has taken a limited, more conventional approach to trade imbalances, using tariffs

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