NAFTA II: Bill vs. Dick

August 1997
Christian Science Monitor;8/29/97, Vol. 89 Issue 193, p20
Opinion. Discusses the battle in the United States in 1997 over the expansion of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Support for expansion from President Clinton; Opposition to NAFTA expansion from Senator Dick Gephardt; What is at stake in the expansion; What each player has done; The desirable ending; The lessons of NAFTA; Advice to Clinton.


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