No, U.S. Autoworkers Are Not A National Security Threat

The White House recently issued a proclamation alleging that imports of automobiles and certain automobile parts threaten to impair U.S. national security. This proclamation rests on twisted logic that excludes more than two-thirds of car manufacturing done in the United States and assumes a zero-sum-game when it comes to auto manufacturing. Auto tariffs imposed under the guise of “national security” would do more to hurt American national security than any amount of auto imports ever could.


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