Russell Roberts

Stanford University / EconTalk

Guest

Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and host of the weekly podcast, EconTalk; author of The Choice: A Fable of Free Trade and ProtectionismResearch Fellow at Stanford’s Hoover Institution; former Professor of Economics at George Mason University 

Russell Roberts on KCRW

The North American Free Trade Agreement is 22 years old — but Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have put it back in the headlines.

NAFTA and the Road to the White House

The North American Free Trade Agreement is 22 years old — but Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have put it back in the headlines.

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Ronald Reagan, both Presidents Bush, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama have all supported massive trade agreements from NAFTA to CAFTA to the Trans Pacific Partnership.

"Free Trade" and Presidential Politics

Ronald Reagan, both Presidents Bush, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama have all supported massive trade agreements from NAFTA to CAFTA to the Trans Pacific Partnership.

from To the Point

Ronald Reagan, both Presidents Bush, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama have all supported massive trade agreements from NAFTA to CAFTA to the Trans Pacific Partnership.

"Free Trade" and Presidential Politics

Ronald Reagan, both Presidents Bush, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama have all supported massive trade agreements from NAFTA to CAFTA to the Trans Pacific Partnership.

from To the Point

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