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Tariffs on Canadian fish in the 1930s

Until the 1960s, Democrats were the party of free trade; Republicans were the party of protection. When the Democrats took control of Congress and the White House in the 1930s, the Roosevelt administration pursued reciprocal trade agreements to lower tariffs. However, because protection was the norm at that time, there was resistance to tariff reductions, as this video demonstrates.
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