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Reform Party on Free Trade

Party Platform


America First: stop exporting our manufacturing job base

The Reform Party SUPPORTS an "America First" position. We recognize current trade policies have failed and resulted in the export of our manufacturing job base which sustains America's middle class. The Reform Party calls for the repeal or revision of current trade agreements. America's elected leaders have a primary responsibility to assure that American citizens' economic security takes priority in any trade policy decision.
Source: Reform Party USA website, reformparty.org , Jan 1, 2012

Out of NAFTA, GATT, CAFTA and the WTO

Source: Reform Party USA website, reformparty.org , Jan 1, 2012

Strongly opposes expanding free trade

Q: Does the Reform Party support or oppose expanding free trade?

A: Strongly Opposes

Source: Email interview with Jordan Struck, national administrator , May 18, 2006

Link human rights to trade with China

Q: Does the Reform Party support or oppose linking human rights to trade with China?

A: Strongly Favors

Source: Email interview with Jordan Struck, national administrator , May 18, 2006

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