What it means to THINK THE VOTE

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Q: Should the U.S. levy tariffs on foreign-made steel and aluminum?


“Its existence would provide a period of respite and increased demand for U.S.-made steel, enabling the companies to revamp, improve, and cut back on costs. This, in turn, could help U.S-made steel prices remain competitive against foreign government-subsidized companies’.”

Matthew from Mississippi


“The administration’s blanket tariffs are crudely applied and unsound, diplomatically and economically. They risk alienating allies and destabilizing the U.S. economy – all for the sake of pandering to a voter base.”

Robert from Indiana

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– President John F. Kennedy, Inaugural Address, January 20, 1961