The panel discusses the role that ideas have played in shaping U.S. policy. Douglas Irwin discusses the role of ideas in U.S. trade policy with contrast to Great Britain's trade policy; David Colander discusses the role of ideas in shaping key aspects of the relationship between the U.S. and Latin America; and Murray Dry talks about the role ideas played in the time of Hamilton, Madison, and Jefferson between a Republican government and Federalism.


Dry, Murray

Collander, David

Morrison, James

Irwin, Douglas A.,1962-

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