Toward A North American Community?: Canada, The United States, And Mexico

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Ponders whether the North American Free Trade Act is the first stroke of forging an integrated community on the continent or just the glancing off of a spark that will cool and die midst the ashes of previous visions. Most of the 14 essays are from an October 1993 conference on NAFTA in Calgary. They move beyond economic analysis to look at national values and policies, security concerns, and the history of US expansionism and Canadian and Mexican resistance. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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An Overview
15
Trade Policy Lessons
33
Change in the Management of CanadaUnited States
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