Standing before a nearly shuttered factory pocked with broken windows, John McCain on Tuesday urged Americans to reject the "siren song of protectionism" and embrace a future of free trade.
He used his own recent political fortunes -- a dramatic fade followed by an unexpected comeback to secure the Republican presidential nomination -- to illustrate that depressed Rust Belt cities such as Youngstown can have bright futures.
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