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Scare tactics

27 Oct 2010 By James Pethokoukis

The most popular villain in U.S. midterm campaign ads might not be banks or bailouts, but rather Beijing. Both Republicans and Democrats are working hard to exploit voter economic angst by tying opponents to China. The smear effort bodes poorly for curbing trade tensions in 2011.

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