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www.uschamber.com/above-the-fold/would-tariff-wall-really-protect-us-jobs

Mar 17, 2016 ... Raising a tariff wall around the U.S. economy in this manner would decimate millions of high-wage American jobs and slam families just trying ...

fee.org/articles/tariffs-kills-jobs

He is correct in his observation that if it were not for government protection against ... Comparatively speaking, prohibitive tariffs would destroy 20 American jobs and ... by this policy are our most efficient ones that pay the highest wages.

www.jstor.org/stable/40716994

The case for in- creased trade rests on something a great deal more constructive - the contribution it makes to higher American wages and more. American jobs.

careertrend.com/tariffs-save-domestic-jobs-4490.html

Jul 5, 2017 ... Worldwide, the average tariff on goods is about five percent and it's collected at ... tariffs on imported goods to make them costlier and to protect ...

www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/042315/how-do-tariffs-protect-domestic-industries.asp

Apr 23, 2015 ... Understand the four ways tariffs are used by domestic government to protect its domestic industries. Learn how tariffs are levied.

www.brookings.edu/blog/up-front/2017/01/06/trumps-trade-policy-protecting-american-workers-at-the-expense-of-american-consumers

Jan 6, 2017 ... Trump's trade policy: protecting American workers at the expense of American consumers ... Some of the WTO members with the highest average tariffs for ... increasing their own import tariffs, putting American jobs in jeopardy ...

www.answers.com/Q/Do_you_think_tariffs_protect_American_jobs_and_wages

The answer, in short, is that tariffs can protect American jobs and wages to the extent that they mitigate unfair advantages gained by developing nations with ...

www.heritage.org/trade/report/trade-freedom-how-imports-support-us-jobs

Sep 12, 2012 ... Over half a million American jobs are supported by imports of clothes and ... product into a good that is ready for use by the average American.

steshaw.org/economics-in-one-lesson/chap11p6.html

On the subject of the tariff we must keep in mind one final precaution. ... If one industry alone could get protection, while its owners and workers enjoyed the ... “ provides employment,” “raises wages,” or “protects the American standard of living.