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'Good Cop, Bad Cop' Needed!

"The "good cop, bad cop" routine doesn't just make for good TV, it is also an important negotiating strategy in business and economics. The "good cop" can finesse the adversary and offer up deals and agreements -- while citing the "bad cop" as the reason he must stay firm. Unfortunately, when it comes to America's international trade policy, we have had only the "good cop" president as the negotiator -- and not enough of a "bad cop" in Congress, making sure our presidents hold the line on labor, human rights and environmental issues. The result has been a trade policy too freely giving away access to America's markets and contributing to the loss of millions of jobs." Download entire article by Leo Hindery Jr.and David Sirota in PDF format.

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