Talk:Free trade

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Conservatives have mixed views on free trade and those views are not some sort of "liberal bias." For example, issues of slave labor in places like China, North Korea, Vietnam and Cuba (and in the old days, the Soviet Union) are serious impediments to free trade with those countries, in the eyes of many social conservatives. Libertarians seldom share these concerns.RJJensen 18:57, 19 August 2009 (EDT)

Amen to that. It was me trying to highlight the situation of North Korea's Kaesong Industrial Park [1] that earned me a second year ban at Wikipedia. All I said was, "The workers at Kaesong Industrial Park get more pay and are probably treated with more human dignity than ArbCom treats WP volunteers" (meaning me & MONGO) and whammmo... the banhammer came down for another year. Rob Smith 20:28, 19 August 2009 (EDT)