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AuthorThe Sacramento Bee editorial board
SourceThe Sacramento Bee
DateSeptember 9, 2019
URLhttps://www.sacbee.com/opinion/article234742677.html
QuoteWith Trump’s trade wars risking permanent damage to the agricultural sector, perhaps it’s time for American farmers to turn up the volume and make sure the president hears their message loud and clear. The same goes for American consumers, since the average household will pay an extra $1000 per year for Chinese goods thanks to Trump’s tariff tantrums, according to JPMorgan.
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Trump’s holding American farmers hostage. How much damage is he willing to do? by The Sacramento Bee editorial board (The Sacramento Bee, September 9, 2019) (view)

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TopicChina–United States trade war
Position_fragmentTrade war is good for the United States
PositionChina–United States trade war / Trade war is good for the United States
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Trade war is good for the United States

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