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Debate with Keith Maskus on NAFTA

Program #DAWK003. Recorded in Boulder, CO on October 01, 1993.

NAFTA, the North American Free Trade Agreement, is a pact between the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Negotiated by the Bush, Mulroney and Salinas administrations, NAFTA if approved, will reduce tariffs and other trade barriers and modify investment rules. NAFTA supporters contend that itwill create new jobs and stimulate economic growth in all three countries, as well as improving environmental regulations in Mexico. NAFTA opponents argue that it will degrade environmental standards, lead to job loss and lower wages, and concentrate power in corporate hands.
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Kristin Dawkins

Kristin Dawkins is a leading expert on the politics of biotechnology and director of research and policy analyst at the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy in Minneapolis, where she directs work on ecological economics and the links between trade and environmental policy. She previously directed the Jobs in Energy Project in Philadelphia. She is the author of Gene Wars: The Politics of Biotechnology.

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