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Economic Racism: The New Feudalism

Stormy–October 11, 2016 Open borders in the U.S or outsourcing to China, Vietnam: Is there really a difference. Cheap labor remains cheap. Free Traders are quick to cite the dangers of protectionism and the advantage of cheap goods. Those whose jobs are lost in the process are the ignorant rabble, bigoted and uneducated, the irredeemable, […]
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