Composition of the Senate Shifts in Favor of Fair Trade

An analysis of the 2012 election reveals a bipartisan race to align campaign positions with the American public’s opposition to current U.S. trade policies and the job offshoring they cause. Over the course of the past three months, a wave of ads focused mainly on job offshoring and secondarily on trade with China, has spotlighted the damage caused by current U.S. trade policies, fueling transpartisan expectations for reform and further complicating the ... Full Story »

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by Dwight Rousu - Nov. 7, 2012

The focus on trade agreements points out an opportunity to stop the huge sucking sound of our jobs and political control going overseas to international corporations.

But only if the people pressure congress, starting NOW.

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