... who will be left? That is the question that the lead article in today's WSJ makes me think of. The story reports that likely republican voters now think overwhelmingly that trade is a bad deal:
There seems to be two concerns. One is that the U.S. is taken to the cleaners by other nations which are better at playing trade hardball. The other is the unease over the widening income gap and the role that trade is felt to be playing in it. As Frank Levy--who pointed me to the article--puts it, "It looks like another brick in the wall against letting the market roll regardless of the resulting distribution of benefits."