There is a virtual cottage industry of new projects intended to persuade Americans that global trade is good. The patrons of these pro-trade campaigns are typically multinational businesses, trade associations, lobbying groups and Washington think tanks, all called into action by Congress's declining support for a variety of trade liberalization measures and its growing truculence toward such institutions as the International Monetary Fund. They have watched with alarm as labor, consumer, human rights and environmental groups have sown doubt about the wisdom of unfettered trade.
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