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Even Labor Unions Can Gain from Free
By Tamara Kay, YaleGlobal, 23 December
2003. In the long negotiations before the implementation of
the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), pundits,
politicians, and unions alike predicted that NAFTA would
bring increased animosity between transnational
unions. Instead, says labor scholar Tamara Kay, North
America has seen an increased cooperation between Mexican,
American, and Canadian unions.