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… is from the late Jan Tumlir, former Director of Economic Research and Analysis at the GATT, as quoted on page 35 of Razeen Sally’s 1998 book, Classical Liberalism and International Economic Order: Beginning with David Hume and Adam Smith, the emphasis on free trade has been not just one of the postulates, but the very heart or essence, of economic liberalism. Comments

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… is from the late Jan Tumlir, former Director of Economic Research and Analysis at the GATT, as quoted on page 35 of Razeen Sally’s 1998 book, Classical Liberalism and International Economic Order:

Quotation of the Day…Beginning with David Hume and Adam Smith, the emphasis on free trade has been not just one of the postulates, but the very heart or essence, of economic liberalism.

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