Thursday, July 15, 2004

News from Central America

New newsletter from the Movimiento Libertario in Costa Rica:

"To be clear, the Central American Free Trade Treaty, or CAFTA, as it is commonly known, is not about free trade. A Libertarian free trade treaty would consist of one sentence: 'Neither party will place any barriers to any goods or services entering their respective countries.' Of course, lawyers, even Libertarian lawyers, would make it longer, but that is the idea. Really free trade."