Why We Don’t Like Fast Track: It’s a Job Killer

January 29, 2014

For more than 20 years (including in last night's State of the Union address), America’s workers have heard that we need new trade agreements so we can export more and create jobs. It’s a great theory. It’s just that—because of the way our trade deals are negotiated, finalized and executed—it doesn’t work in practice.

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