Philip Levy

American Enterprise Institute

Guest

Resident Scholar at the conservative American Enterprise Institute and teacher of International Trade at Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs; former trade-policy advisor to John McCain during his 2008 presidential campaign; former senior economist on the President's Council of Economic Advisers (2003-2005) and member of the Policy Planning Staff at the State Department

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