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Argument: Legislative processes are ineffectual in making trade agreements

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*[[Debate: NAFTA]], pro. *[[Debate: NAFTA]], pro.
==NAFTA is an example where the legislative process had to be bipassed to make an agreement== ==NAFTA is an example where the legislative process had to be bipassed to make an agreement==
-*[[Argument:NAFTA "fast track" authority is necessary to bypass a non-acting congress| NAFTA "fast track" authority is necessary to bypass a non-acting congress]]+*[[Argument: NAFTA "fast track" authority necessary to bypass inept congress| NAFTA "fast track" authority is necessary to bypass a non-acting congress]]

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NAFTA is an example where the legislative process had to be bipassed to make an agreement

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