Party Politics and International Economic Activism: The Reagan-Bush Years
James Shoch examines the partisan roots of the turn toward a more aggressive U.S. trade policy during the Reagan-Bush years. He argues that Democratic efforts to exploit the trade issue for partisan advantage during this period forced Presidents Reagan and Bush to take tougher trade policy actions than they would otherwise have chosen in order to defuse the threat from the Democrats.
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North Korea and the West
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