Secret trade agreement puts liberty at risk

October 17, 2013

By DAVID J. DEL GRANDE   In 2005, the Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement began negotiating an extremely secretive international free trade policy.   Eight years later, its membership, secrecy and controversy has quadrupled. The Trans-Pacific Partnership has trimmed its moniker but extended its constrictive reach.   Last year, the United States exported $942 billion […]

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