As this report documents, many of the policy-related promises "announced" today where never satisfied when first made in 1993. Thus, it appears the Clinton Administration is trying to recycle them to sell again in their current scramble for fast track votes. Report available online with the following "NAFTA's Broken Promises" series (http://www.citizen.org/publications/articles.cfm?ID=6825&relatedpages=1&catID=114&secID=1038): - The Cost to Tennessee of Our Failed Experiment With NAFTA - The Cost to Michigan of Our Failed Experiment With NAFTA - The Cost to Massachusetts of Our Failed Experiment With NAFTA - The Cost to New Jersey of Our Failed Experiment With NAFTA - The Cost to Illinois of Our Failed Experiment With NAFTA - The Cost to Wisconsin of Our Failed Experiment With NAFTA - The Cost to Florida of Our Failed Experiment With NAFTA - The Cost to California of Our Failed Experiment With NAFTA - The Cost to Maine of Our Failed Experiment With NAFTA - The Cost to Indiana of Our Failed Experiment With NAFTA - The Cost to Kansas of Our Failed Experiment With NAFTA - The Cost to Minnesota of Our Failed Experiment With NAFTA - The Cost to New York of Our Failed Experiment With NAFTA - The Cost to Pennsylvania of Our Failed Experiment With NAFTA - The Cost to Texas of Our Failed Experiment With NAFTA - The Cost to Missouri of Our Failed Experiment With NAFTA
Deals for NAFTA Votes II: Bait and Switch
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