North American Free Trade Agreement
Conservative media personality and 1992 Republican presidential candidate Patrick Buchanan and other conservative figures spoke in a news… read more
Conservative media personality and 1992 Republican presidential candidate Patrick Buchanan and other conservative figures spoke in a news conference to voice their opposition to passage of the North American Free Trade Agreement, legislation that would lower trade barriers between the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Mr. Buchanan announced the creation of the organization “Americans Against NAFTA,” and said conservatives should band together to put America first, noting his opposition to the pro-NAFTA stand of fellow conservative Jack Kemp. The speakers emphasized the trade pact would result in a loss of jobs and economic problems for the U.S. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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