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New Defending Globalization Content: Tariffs, Climate Change, and the Moral Case for Globalization

Scott Lincicome

Today we’ve published three essays for Cato’s Defending Globalization project:

Separating Tariff Facts from Tariff Fictions, by Erica York, explains that tariffs are costly taxes, and economists consider them to be poor tools for boosting the economy, reducing the trade deficit, or achieving strategic objectives.

Climate Change and Globalization, by Charles Kenny, makes the case that globalization is an ally, not an enemy, in the fight against climate change.

The Moral Case for Globalization, by Tom G. Palmer, shows that rigorous thinking and empirical research refute, one by one, attacks on globalization in the name of morality. The world is better because of globalization.

This content joins 25 other essays and additional multimedia features on the main Defending Globalization project page.

Make sure to check it all out and stay tuned for future releases.

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