“Raise Import tariffs.”
Ah, you mean “raise prices”, and as prices rise (on business and consumers) from where is it that new jobs will be distributed, to main street, or to the conglomerates, and of them how many will go to a majority of the currently unemployed? They’ll go to the conglomerates and most not to a majority of the present unemployed.
More jobs will be outsourced and sent off shore to cut costs. A higher portion of new jobs will be for people with college degrees and fewer new jobs for those without them. Many of those jobs will go to new immigrants with college degrees, especially in engineering - we don’t have enough.
Those best fixed to pay for higher prices (that’s what raising tariffs and limiting imports does) will suffer the least; those not able to raise their own incomes/revenues will suffer the most.
The largest beneficiaries will be the biggest companies and their existing employees. The biggest losers will be main street and a majority of American workers.
Is that what you’re looking for.
Look for the Union label.