Trade could be Indiana's political fault line
The political fight in Indiana ahead of the Tuesday primary has centered on the question of free trade, and in particular the decision of one company to move about 2,000 manufacturing jobs to Mexico. Leo Gerard of the United Steelworkers of America, The Heritage Foundation's Bryan Riley and Robert Jones of the Public Religion Institute debate the pros and cons.
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