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Free Trade

August 21, 1986

The undersigned Nobel laureates in economics urge the Congress and the President to resist the pressures for protectionist measures and instead to move as far as possible in the direction of reducing the restrictions on international trade. Freer trade will benefit the United States, and it will benefit other countries.

KENNETH J. ARROW

GERARD DEBREU

MILTON FRIEDMAN

LAWRENCE R. KLEIN

WASSILY LEONTIEF

W. ARTHUR LEWIS

FRANCO MODIGLIANI

PAUL A. SAMUELSON

THEODORE W. SCHULTZ

HERBERT SIMON

GEORGE J. STIGLER

JAMES TOBIN

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