Clinton's Trade Crusade

The Prez issues a bold call for freer markets and stiffer standards

It could turn out to be President Clinton's best and brightest economic move since his 1993 budget-balancing deal--even if few people noticed it. In May, while Americans mourned Frank Sinatra, caught the last Seinfeld, and watched trustbusters wrestle with Bill Gates, the White House unveiled a bold agenda for trade expansion that--if it succeeds--could provide a growth path for U.S. exports and the economy into the next century.

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