Globalization or Isolation? US Voters Weigh In on Economyi
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    Aru Pande
    July 01, 2016 10:00 PM
    A week after Britain voted to exit the European Union amid concerns about globalization, parallels are being drawn to American voter sentiment during an increasingly contentious presidential campaign. VOA correspondent Aru Pande traveled to Philadelphia, once a major manufacturing hub, to get residents' take on how large a role the United States should play in the global economy.

    Globalization or Isolation? US Voters Weigh In on Economy

    Aru Pande

    Published July 01, 2016

    A week after Britain voted to exit the European Union amid concerns about globalization, parallels are being drawn to American voter sentiment during an increasingly contentious presidential campaign. VOA correspondent Aru Pande traveled to Philadelphia, once a major manufacturing hub, to get residents' take on how large a role the United States should play in the global economy.


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