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| 2008/10/02 00:00

Economic stress brings out isolationist feelings in U.S.

Oct 2 -- Just when the United States desperately needs to open new export markets to address what may become the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression, a new poll indicates that Americans are turning increasingly isolationist.

Economic stress brings out isolationist feelings in U.S.

Whether it's free trade or immigration, Americans said in the Zogby International/Inter-American Dialogue poll that they have little trust in the rest of the world.

Read Andrés Oppenheimer's report here.

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