Random Fact

In 2013, a United States household of four (two children) was considered poor if its income was below $23,492 (this does not include income from anti-poverty programs) (http://www.census.gov/hhes/www/poverty/data/threshld/index.html).

Unit 10: International Trade

Introduction
Section 1: The Case for Free Trade: The Law of Absolute Advantages
Section 2: The Case for Free Trade: The Law of Comparative Advantages
Section 3: Tariffs, Quotas and Other Trade Restrictions
Section 4: Protectionist Arguments and Rebuttals
Section 5: The United States and its Role in International Trade
Section 6: Less-Developed Countries
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