Imaginary lines

Craig Emerson’s paean to the pacific effects of free trade (“The quiet achiever of world peace”, The Australian, 28/6) is missing a vital stanza: the free movement of labour. While people are corralled behind imaginary lines on a map in the name of “border protection” and used as cheap labour, what passes for free trade amounts to little more than people-farming.

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