Reagan says US will resist limits on free trade

President Reagan warned Saturday that the international trading system is ''at a crossroads'' and said the United States will oppose protectionism at home and abroad.

In his weekly nationwide radio address, the President said that the US would resist any efforts to limit free trade at this week's ministerial meeting of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) in Geneva.

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