Will We Become Like South Africa?
Larry Klayman worries about land confiscation coming to America
By Larry Klayman
March 22, 2019
As a young international trade lawyer, years before I opened my own law firm and entered private practice — and later founded Judicial Watch, ran for the U.S. Senate and then founded Freedom Watch — I traveled on three occasions to South Africa. The reason: The boutique international trade law firm I had joined in 1981 as an associate attorney, after I left the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, had among its clients the South African steel industry. These firms were enmeshed in anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations filed by the U.S. steel industry, whereby large tariffs were requested to be placed on South African imported steel for selling product below market value and at subsidized prices.
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