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NPR Says that Protection for Doctors, Pharma, Might Lead to War

Okay, that's not exactly what this piece on trade as a way to promote world peace said, but it is a logical implication. The piece was presenting the argument that free trade is a way to promote world peace since countries that trade with each other don't want war to get in the way of their prosperity. Of course if we accept this argument, then it can't possibly make sense to claim that protectionist measures that some groups like are okay.
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