The Latest Trade War: Democrat Vs. DemocratAmy Borrus
Lately, it seems as if all the intraparty bloodletting has been among Republicans. But Democrats are about to get back to their usual bickering as they brace for a contentious battle over trade--with strong overtones for Campaign 2000. On one side: Vice-President Al Gore, point man for the Administration's push to expand the North American Free Trade Agreement. On the other: House Minority Leader Richard A. Gephardt (D-Mo.), implacable NAFTA foe.
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