Family Feuds

The North American Free Trade Agreement is causing serious splits among Democrats. But the controversial pact is also putting some prominent political families under strain. Ross Perot, of course, is a leading opponent of NAFTA. But son Ross Jr. manages a Fort Worth airport that stands to benefit if the agreement is approved. He admits to having a difference of opinion with Dad. Meanwhile, Representative Rosa L. DeLauro (D-Conn.) has joined the opposition, while husband Stanley Greenberg's polling will help President Clinton in the fight for ratification.

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