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THE US-CHINA TRADE WAR
A Progressive Internationalist Alternative
Tobita Chow and Jake Werner - January 2020

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As the US-China Trade War has accelerated, the left has lacked consensus on how to analyze and perceive this critical issue. In this timely publication, Tobita Chow and Jake Werner provide essential context and background for the trade war, showcase the effects of trade war in both countries, and offer a progressive internationalist alternative for the left to promote a solidaristic answer to the rising tensions in the US, China, and across the globe.

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