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12438. The u.s.-canadian Pact of 1965 - Prelude to Nafta. A review and analysis of the 1965 Canada-U.S. Agreement on Automobiles and Automotive Parts. Discusses and analyzes the importance of the Auto pact in the context of Canadian foreign policy during the 1960s and 1970s. the analysis begins with an overview of the history and background of the Auto Pact followed by a discussion of the basic terms and components of the agreement. the analysis then examines some of the major consequences of the Auto Pact, looks at the problems raised by the Agreement, and assesses its long-term impact. 16 pages, 35 footnotes, 16 bibliographic sources.   $112


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