On this episode of Worldview:
- The 2016 presidential race has focused on the loss of American jobs, particularly manufacturing jobs and the impact of trade deals of the U.S. economy. We look at why the jobs moved overseas and whether they’ll come back with Richard Longworth, senior fellow at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs and Robert E. Scott, senior economist and director of trade and manufacturing policy research at the Economic Policy Institute.
- For World History Moment, Historian John Schmidt recalls the assassination of Julius Caesar.
- We talk about an exhibit at The Loyola University Museum of Art that tells the stories of survivors of sexual trafficking.