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Environment and Trade: The NAFTA Case
Annette Baker Fox examines how the inclusion of environmental provisions in the NAFTA negotiations broke a rule the United States and Canada regularly observed in their dealings with each other – not to link unrelated issues.  By going against tradition, American environmental groups successfully enlarged their role in foreign trade matters.

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