Free Trade: Who Benefits in the Long Run? Free-trade pacts with Peru, Colombia and Panama — negotiated by the Bush administration — are pending in Congress, amid some Democratic skepticism. What are the arguments for and against more free trade?
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Free Trade: Who Benefits in the Long Run?

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Free Trade: Who Benefits in the Long Run?

Free Trade: Who Benefits in the Long Run?

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Free-trade pacts with Peru, Colombia and Panama — negotiated by the Bush administration — are pending in Congress, amid some Democratic skepticism. What are the arguments for and against more free trade? David Wessel of The Wall Street Journal talks with Steve Inskeep.