Comparative advantage is humane, encourages tolerance, and is a force for peace

Comparative advantage is the idea that if I am better at one task and you are better at another task, we will both be far better off if we trade in what we are each better at.

In this video, Jonathan Sacks explains the deeper, moral benefits of comparative advantage.

A few of his comments and my observations:

He suggests that comparative advantage builds human dignity, peace, and tolerance.