A man on stilts and dressed like the Statue of Liberty holds a banner with the slogan Stop TTIP during a protest of thousands of demonstrators against the planned Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership ahead of the visit of President Barack Obama in Hannover, Germany, in April. Anti-trade sentiment is growing globally and could upend US politics.
A man on stilts and dressed like the Statue of Liberty holds a banner with the slogan Stop TTIP during a protest of thousands of demonstrators against the planned Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership ahead of the visit of President Barack Obama in Hannover, Germany, in April. Anti-trade sentiment is growing globally and could upend US politics. Markus Schreiber AP
A man on stilts and dressed like the Statue of Liberty holds a banner with the slogan Stop TTIP during a protest of thousands of demonstrators against the planned Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership ahead of the visit of President Barack Obama in Hannover, Germany, in April. Anti-trade sentiment is growing globally and could upend US politics. Markus Schreiber AP

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