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Are Trade Sanctions Ever Worth It: Part III

In tonight’s post, I’d like to focus on the role that trade sanctions played in the U.S. involvement in WWII. In so doing, I’m going to probably hew more closely to the historical rather than the analytical, but I will do some sheer praxeological analysis of sanctions later on in the week. I think that,

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Are Trade Sanctions Ever Worth It: Part I

I’m thinking that, over the course of the next couple of days, I’m going to another “series” of posts like I did for my discussion of the FDIC last week. This time, however, the topic is going to be the historical implementation of trade sanctions by the United States against its political enemies. I intend

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I don’t intend to turn this blog into a crucible for the writings of Paul Krugman (especially since Professor William Anderson over at the Krugman in Wonderland blog performs that task every Monday and Friday more successfully than I ever could), but my third post on the man in just two days is too hard