The Choice: A Fable of Free Trade and Protectionism
Through the use of allegory and satire, this text provides an exposition of the law of comparative advantage, an economic law applicable to all trading nations. In the fable, the ghost of David Ricardo provides an entertaining look at the array of questions facing America, and indeed the world, in the choice between free trade and protectionism.
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Review: The Choice: A Fable of Free Trade and ProtectionismUser Review - Sid - Goodreads
I read this book as a primer for my international Economics class which I am currently enrolled in. I cannot comment intelligibly on the matter, except for the fact that I came out smarter with a ... Read full review
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"If you laid all the economists end to end, they still would not reach a conslusion." Read full review
Soul of David Ricardo
THREE The Roundabout Way to Wealth
FOUR Is Japan Winning the Economic War?
FIVE Do Imports Cost America Jobs?
SIX The New Generation of American KnowHow
SEVEN Do Tariffs Protect American Jobs?
EIGHT Tariffs vs Quotas
NINE Road Trip
ELEVEN Fair Trade vs Free Trade
TWELVE SelfSufficiency Is the Road to Poverty
THIRTEEN The Choice
FOURTEEN A Final Word from David Ricardo 203