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The Progressive Case for Free Trade, Immigration, and Global Capital

  • I. Introduction
    • 1. Making the Global Economy Work for Everyone
    • 2. Middle-Class Stagnation and Economic Inequality
  • II. International Trade
    • 3. The Case for International Trade
    • 4. Winners and Losers from International Trade
    • 5. Trade Politics and Trade Policy
  • III. International Capital and International Labor
    • 6. Who’s Afraid of the Trade Deficit?
    • 7. Multinational Corporations
    • 8. Immigrants, We Get the Job Done!
  • IV. Securing the Future of the Middle Class
    • 9. Equipping Workers for a Modern Global Economy
    • 10. A Grand Bargain for Better Tax Policy
    • 11. A Better Partnership with the Business Community
    • 12. A More Equitable Globalization
  • Notes
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index

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