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Guest Host: Susan Page
Recent surveys reveal possible shifts in attitudes among voters towards free trade agreements. We’ll discuss U.S. trade policy and how it might change under a new president.
- Scott Paul Executive Director of the Alliance for American Manufacturing
- Dan Griswold Director of the Cato Institute's Center for Trade Policy Studies
- Jay Campbell Senior Analyst with Hart/Newhouse polling firm
- John Maggs Reporter for The National Journal
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