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How the Trans-Pacific Partnership trades state sovereignty for corporate control.


Earlier this week he was acting like a hired gun for corporate lobby groups on this trade issue, then the rest of the week he was lighting up the White House in rainbow colors to celebrate gay marriage and singing Amazing Grace at the funeral in Charleston. It’s just so puzzling why he invested so much in winning these trade votes, really selling out his entire base.

Policy analyst Sarah Anderson explains how the looming Trans-Pacific Partnership opens the door to a future of stronger patent laws, reduced labor and environmental protections, and more powerful global corporations.

Sarah recently posted the Institute for Policy Studies articles Six Ways TPP Opponents Have Won—Even as Fast Track Advances and Why JFK Wouldn’t Recognize Today’s Free Trade Deals.


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Sarah Anderson

Sarah Anderson is the Director of the Global Economy Project at the Institute for Policy Studies.


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