NAFTA A CASE STUDY IN POLITICS OF FEAR

When the House of Representatives passed the North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta) last week, it didn't just set the continent on course for prosperity in the next century and the country strongly on the side of international trade. It also ended a controversy rich in ironies that might help the oil industry in its future dealings with the Clinton administration.

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