Free Trade Rhetorical Analysis

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rump is a protectionist who strongly opposes free trade. She understands the gaps that free trade creates, even though she contradicts her own rhetoric in the debates. In a model of perfect free trade, there would not be any government regulations, which means there wouldn’t be any taxes on imported products. Consumers would trade directly with their producers without governmental interference. But there are several problems with this model of free trade, including its vulnearablty to allow large industries to leave the country. This oversea shift is done so that prodution costs can be lowered, but this proccess harms low waged workers because their jobs are being tranferd overseas. Nicole Hassoun, an assistant professor of philosophy at Carnegie
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