We need to renegotiate our trade agreements, and adopt a policy of "Fair Trade" not "Free Trade." Nations that permit their factories to pay their workers slave wages, maintain unsafe working conditions, or pollute in order to maintain a competitive edge over our competing domestic industries, should have a human rights tariff imposed upon them until they correct their violations. If other nations subsidize their industry, or use tariffs against American goods, they should be met with a response in kind. Not automatically: give other nations the opportunity to correct or negotiate their way out of a tariff, but it must be enforced. No nation gets "Most Favored Nation" status unless it agrees to a system of fair trade.
With this as a start, maybe I won't have to be a "Street Fighting Man."