Why Critics of Globalization Are Wrong

Why they’re wrong | The Economist

www.economist.com/…/21707926-globalisations-critics-say-it-benefits-only-elite-fact…

IN SEPTEMBER 1843 the Liverpool Mercury reported on a large free-trade rally in the city. The Royal Amphitheatre was overflowing. John Bright, a newly elected MP, spoke eloquently on the merits of abolishing duties on imported food, echoing
arguments made in The Economist…It is hard to imagine, 173 years later, a leading Western politician being lauded for a defence of free trade. 

Globalisation and its critics | The Economist

www.economist.com/node/795995

Sep 27, 2001 – Globalisation is a great force for good. But neither governments nor businesses, Clive Crook argues, can be trusted to make the case.

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