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Trade Is Voluntary Exchange for Mutual Benefit

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It’s easy to imagine trade is entire countries making big decisions. As Scott Lincicome and Alex Nowrasteh explain, it’s individuals making millions of small decisions to benefit themselves through voluntary exchange. Curtailing trade violates that liberty. They spoke at the 2021 Cato Club event.


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