If there were a poster child for the Trump administration’s nationalist economic agenda, it probably would be Boeing. In fact, Boeing as much as created such a poster when it recently placed a full-page advertisement in three prominent newspapers.  The ad pictures the president speaking from a lectern strategically positioned in front of a Boeing 787 during a February visit to the company’s 787-10 assembly plant in Charleston, South Carolina, “to celebrate ...


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