NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE
t is mystifying that free trade remains a policy without a constituency, when there are so many natural constituencies for it — people who live in houses for example.
People who live in apartments, too.
Join me for a trip down memory lane back to the heady days of 2017, when, under the very best thinking brought to you by the crackpots and game-show hosts of the Trump administration, our government decided that one of the biggest and more urgent problems facing Americans was a splendid supply of inexpensive lumber — specifically, that those wily, inscrutable, nefarious . . . Canadians were …