Over the last six years, there has been no affirmative U.S. trade policy. Rather than a government p
SLOWLY, ALMOST IMPERCEPTIVELY, the Office of the United States Trade Representative has begun to fle
COLLEGE STUDENTS, FARMERS, veterans, small businessmen and other borrowers

from the federal g
Bill Bradley, the senior U.S. senator from New Jersey, came by to visit us in our offices on Wall S
SLICING UP THE PORK: That's how one congressional staffer referred to the so- called demonstration p
NOT LONG AGO the U.S. Customs Service and customhouse brokers were fighting tooth and nail. Customs
Today, we face stiff competition from abroad in almost all of our industrial sectors. Although limit
If Hong Kong were a country, its population of six million would leave it ranking as a middle-sized
Although each one of us wants to be treated as an individual and perceives much of life in "ego" or
In the movie, The Gods Must Be Crazy, a soda bottle, dropped from the skies by an airline pilot, lan
The U.S. economy is at a crossroads. Foreign competition matters as never before. Changes in our co
I am concerned over the negative impact that foreign imports are having on our nation's economy. In
THE NEWS - BARE-BONE EVENTS UNADORNED with editorial opinion - sometimes proves a more telling comme
WITH THE ECONOMY BUMPING ALONG a slow-growth course that sometimes alarms and

rarely inspires