If you want open international markets, it’s time to curb ag subsidies

Over the last two years, free trade has been unfairly maligned by politicians on both the left and the right. While this may be a winning political tactic, it fails on the merits, as the policy case for trade liberalization, particularly ag trade, remains as strong as ever.

In a new R Street Institute policy study, trade policy analyst Clark Packard

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