Not Free Trade.
Apply tariffs against factories that are less then up to American standards of pollution, labor, etc.
If Japan or Turkey had a product produced in a "clean" factory with similar worker standards, No Tariff would be Fair Trade.
Under such circumstances I have no doubt American production would be competitive and preferred against foreign products.
Free Trade expects an American shoe factory to compete against the Vietnamese one that uses Child labor paid less then a daily rice bowl.
In the short run we get cheaper shoes and the super rich profit.
In the long run, America no longer produces shoes.
BTW Toyotas built is America have a lower defect record then ones built in Japan and a higher percent of "American" then a Ford.