How Immigrants and Foreigners Keep Prices Low

If one accepts the basic free-market concepts of comparative advantage and division of labor, it naturally follows that free trade and liberal immigration—the hallmarks of globalization—are good things. Virtually no economists dissent from this premise, and yet so much of the American public remains hostile to globalization. Why is this the case?

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