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Everybody Wins, Except for Most of Us
Everybody Wins, Except for Most of Us
By: Josh Bivens


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book, 148 pages, 6" x 9" (paper), 2008
ISBN:1932066330
EPI's new book, Everybody Wins, Except for Most of Us, explains the great irony of today's globalization debate in American politics: the economics textbook actually argues that globalization can indeed harm the majority of American workers. In short, it is precisely those angst-ridden about globalization-as-currently-practiced who have the firmer grasp of textbook economics than those who brandish it to support the contention that trade helps everybody.

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