For Richer, For Poorer explains the nuts and bolts of globalisation, and explores winners and losers in NAFTA-style free trade. It examines who opposed and supports NAFTA in the US and Mexico and looks at their arguments. The book outlines alternative strategies to promote a more balanced process of integration that protects workers' rights and the environment as well as business interests.
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Harry Browne is a research associate at the Inter-Hemispheric Education Resource Center. He is a co-author of The Great Divide: The Challenge of U.S. -Mexico Relations in the 1990s and of Runaway America: U.S. Jobs and Factories on the Move (Resource Center Press, 1993). He received his Master's of Pacific International Affairs from the Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies at the University of California, San Diego.
Beth Sims, a research associate at the Inter-Hemispheric Education Resource Center, is the author, co-author, or contributor to several books, including The Great Divide: The Challenge of U.S.Mexico Relations in the 1990s
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