Last week’s post shared a similar theme: the costs of unbridled free trade; the benefits of cutting corporate and income taxes to unleash economic growth; and the human side to economics that academics tend to miss.
The first and third topics referenced above came into sharp relief as I read an excellent piece by Chadwick Moore, “Left for Dead in Danville: How Globalism is Killing Working Class America.” It’s a long-form piece of journalism for Breitbart, but it is well worth the read. I encourage all of my readers to set aside twenty minutes to read it and its terrifying account of globalization gone wrong.
My post today simply seeks to offer up a summary of Moore’s findings, presenting them in an easily-digestible form for those who don’t have the time or inclination to read his full-length piece.
The conceit of the piece is simple: …
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