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Brian Domitrovic discusses the strange popularity of tariffs

Policy and Government

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Brian Domitrovic at points out how unusual it is for tariffs to be popular for the majority of Americans and attributes it to “container ships, blighted towns, shuttered factories, and the attendant opioid/suicide crises are major real things. We have them because we got rid of the monetary system of the ages, the gold standard, without a thought in 1971. But how would we know that, given that any mention of gold in the fashionable punditry and educational circles is tantamount to losing one’s reputation?”

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