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The Spike [or Victoria University College Review 1961]



In concluding I can only emphasize that when protection is given to a domestic manufacturer against outside competition the consumer is indirectly subsidizing his operations or denying himself access to cheaper or better quality goods from overseas.

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This can often be justified, but it must act as a balancing factor when deciding on the degree of protection to be afforded to specific industries.

Peter Hampton