Over the last 50 years, technology, treaties, and trade have raised countless millions out of poverty and created vast wealth for nations -- and their elites. At the same time, swaths of America and the world got left out. Globalization and the global prosperity it brought rests on an international system and compact that bridged parties and borders, finding common cause in democracy, security, human rights, and economic growth throughout the Free World.
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