Rosary Solimanto, who has multiple sclerosis and fears for her finances, protests outside Trump Tower in New York City over the administration's tax cuts, which many predict will benefit the wealthy at the expense of the poor and middle class. Photo: AFP

Trade war, inequality, populist revolt: baby boomers should reflect on their economic legacy this Easter

Andrew Sheng says that instead of decrying populism, the reaction against free trade and the rise of authoritarians, liberals in rich countries should examine how the globalisation process they supported led to a backlash

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Rosary Solimanto, who has multiple sclerosis and fears for her finances, protests outside Trump Tower in New York City over the administration's tax cuts, which many predict will benefit the wealthy at the expense of the poor and middle class. Photo: AFP
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