This week, NPR and some member stations will be talking about trade on the campaign trail and in communities around the country.
Economists for decades have agreed that more open international trade is good for the U.S. economy. But recent research finds that while that's still true, when it comes to China, the downside for American workers has been much more painful than the experts predicted.
And that's playing out on the presidential campaign trail in a big way.
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