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Misconceptions on trade, universal basic income (access required)

Americans who follow stories in the media rightly believe that income inequality within the United States has been rising in the past few decades. It is also true that during this same time, economic globalization—which involves the free movement of goods, capital, and labor across national boundaries—has been playing out right before us. Because these two ...

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