Could There Be More Behind the Port Dispute? Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr says the quarrel about port operations is a case of globalization meets xenophobia.
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Could There Be More Behind the Port Dispute?

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Could There Be More Behind the Port Dispute?

Could There Be More Behind the Port Dispute?

Could There Be More Behind the Port Dispute?

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Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr says the quarrel about port operations is a case of globalization meets xenophobia.

ROBERT SIEGEL, Host:

NPR's senior news analyst, Daniel Schorr, sees something else at work.

DANIEL SCHORR: This is Daniel Schorr.

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