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The confluence of trade and values, particularly environmental values, has generated a surprising amount of hostility among the various camps. Proponents of free trade often seem to view those who advocate environmental positions with disdain; terms such as "extremists," "radicals," or even "kooks" are not uncommon. Proponents of environmentally oriented positions view free-trade advocates with anger and distrust. Those who attempt to fashion economic answers to environmental problems are singled out for special scorn.1
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Nichols, P.M. (1997). Comments on Chapter 5. In Bhandari, J.S. & Sykes, A.O. (Eds.), Economic Dimensions in International Law: Comparative and Empirical Perspectives, 235-247. Cambridge University Press.
Date Posted: 28 June 2018