NAFTA Now : The Changing Political Economy of North America

Brenda M. McPhail

NAFTA Now : The Changing Political Economy of North America

Brenda M. McPhail

This collection of nine essays includes works by noted authorities in the fields of academia, business, and government. They analyze the agreement and its political, economic and socio-cultural effects. Each author draws on a unique background, with authors coming from the United States, Mexico, and Canada. The collection includes views from both supporters and critics of the agreement. The NAFTA has provoked much debate and raised many difficult questions. While there are no easy answers to these questions, these engaging essays provide us with a coherent and comprehensive perspective to help the reader become better informed. Co-published with the Harvard Center for International Studies. Contributors: Brenda McPhail, Sidney Weintraub, Virginia Druhe, Remi L. Wrona, Neil Nevitte, Miguel Basanez, Elaine Bernard, Mildred A. Schwartz, Christopher Gutierrez, Daniel Duke McVey.