George Mason University economist and Cafe Hayek blogger Don Boudreaux faces against Rick Manning of Americans for Limited Government in a public debate about free trade.
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On November 13, 2017, George Mason University economist and Cafe Hayek blogger Don Boudreaux faced off against Rick Manning of Americans for Limited Government in a public debate about free trade. The event was part of The Soho Forum, Reason’s monthly debate series held at the SubCulture Theater in New York City’s East Village.
The resolution: “The U.S. government should unilaterally abolish all tariffs and duties on imports and all subsidies to exports, thereby making all reciprocal trade agreements with other countries unnecessary.” Boudreaux defended the proposition and Manning attacked it.
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