Intervention, non-intervention, and trade isolation

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October 12, 2011
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by Perry Willis  
Posted in Commentary

"To support free trade is to favor relationship and reject isolation. Conversely, to reject free trade is to favor isolation. Likewise, the rejection of military violence allows us to focus on superior forms of relationship, such as peaceful trade. And the latter may foster the former." (10/11/11)  

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