Both history and logic tell us that such protectionist measures make little sense.
Dependence is baked into China's industrial plans—and will likely fail.
The most important fault line in the trade-policy debate is between supporters of free trade and supporters of free markets.
In many ways, the steel and aluminum tariffs look more like a bargaining stick than true tariffs.
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