Saturday, January 26, 2008

America Sours on Free Trade (DUH!)

The business class journalists at Fortune magazine who write for the corporate management class which reads Fortune have discerned that a large and growing majority of Americans (68%) don't support free trade. Of course, the business class journalists at Fortune slant the story in a most predictable manner evident at the outset with "The backlash against free trade is growing" in readers' browser title bars and links to the story from CNN.COM. Read the (slanted but still interesting) story HERE.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not such a surprise when we have been drinking the Kool-Aid since 1995. I guess the word "free" trade should be the reality which is managed trade by WTO directives, so not free as our so called free enterprise system. Then again polticians are great at keywords that in reality have opposite significance to confuse voters.

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