This concept is more holistic and much more than just trying to defeat a lying/ cheating China. It aims to bring fairness of rules to serve the US middle-class. Trump is myopic and pea-brained, but is Warren too ambitious?

https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2018/11/29/18118213/elizabeth-warren-trump-trade-gm-tariffs

“The president grabs headlines railing against GM’s plans to axe thousands of American jobs in Ohio and Michigan,” Warren says in the speech, in a fairly obvious attack on Trump, “but his actual policies aren’t stopping them or others like them from continuing to put corporate profits ahead of American workers.”

“There’s no question we need to renegotiate NAFTA,” she says, before rehashing some of the standard anti-NAFTA talking points that trade skeptics have circulated for years. “But as it’s currently written, Trump’s deal won’t stop the serious and ongoing harm NAFTA causes for American workers — it won’t stop outsourcing, it won’t raise wages, and it won’t create jobs. It’s NAFTA 2.0.”

Warren says the tougher labor standards in the new deal are toothless, the environmental standards are lacking, and it’s “stuffed with handouts that will let big drug companies lock in the high prices they charge for many drugs.”

Cuurent Cult of CEO’s continues and contributes to Middle-class suffering. The most obvious example is the election of Trump. Look at the irreparable damages he has wrought so far to the middle-class!

https://www.vox.com/the-goods/2018/11/29/18116192/ceo-worship-elon-musk

People don’t like complexity or ambiguity. They want to simplify. Pointing to a person as the cause of this or that good or bad event is simple: “Ronald Reagan won the Cold War;” “FDR ended the great depression.” Telling a story about resources, systems, institutions, policies, and practices is a lot messier and more complicated, though likely to be more accurate.