A NAFTA Bibliography

Allan Metz

This unique reference provides the first book-length bibliography on NAFTA. The scope of the book encompasses NAFTA from the Bush administration through the Clinton administration, up to and including 1995. It provides sources from a wide range of disciplines-business, economics, law, science, and political science-and from such diverse perspectives as labor and environmentalism. The book covers (1) serials, including journals, magazines, and newspapers (2) books, pamphlets, government documents, and dissertations and (3) non-book sources, including online databases, audiovisual materials, and the Internet. This unique reference provides the first book-length annotated bibliography on NAFTA. The scope of the book encompasses NAFTA from the Bush administration through the Clinton administration, up to and including 1995. It includes events leading up to the NAFTA vote in Congress on November 17, 1993, the vote itself and analyses of it, the political aspects of NAFTAs passage, and the status of the agreement once in effect. The book covers (1) serials, including journals, magazines, and newspapers (2) books, pamphlets, government documents, and dissertations and (3) non-book sources, including online databases, audiovisual materials, and the Internet. As a distinct reference, the book will be useful to researchers and scholars and will assist both academic and public libraries in answering reference questions.