Ohio workers peg job losses to trade agreements — but should they?

Free-trade proponents say that in the long run they improve U.S. economy; fair-traders scoff

Dayton Daily News

WASHINGTON — The list of companies reads like a Who's Who of Ohio's onetime manufacturing greats.

Delphi. General Motors. Chrysler. Mr. Coffee. Huffy. LTV Steel.

Each had to cut jobs, at least in part because of U.S. trade policy, and some of those workers have no hope of recovering their lost wages.

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