First published in 1993, this book offers an early assessment of the impact of Free Trade on Canadian economic, political, cultural, and social life.
The book focuses on a dozen key areas where the impact of the Canada-US Free Trade Agreement has been felt: manufacturing, the automobile industry, public services, Canadian-American relations, culture, intellectual property, and investment. The authors identify corrosive effects of the Agreement on Canada's political, cultural and social spheres.
Canada Under Free Trade presents the analyses of twenty experts in a variety of fields, all attesting to the profound effects of trade agreements on Canadian society.
About the authors
DUNCAN CAMERON teaches political economy at the University of Ottawa.
Mel Watkins is professor emeritus, economics and political science, University of Toronto, and adjunct professor, Institute of political Economy, Carleton University.Hugh Grant is a professor, economics, University of Winnipeg.David A. Wolfe is a prof
Other titles by Duncan Cameron
Ethics and Economics
Canada's Catholic Bishops on the Economic Crisis
The Canadian Forum Book on the Federal Constitutional Proposals 1991-1992
The Free Trade Deal
The Facts on Free Trade
The Free Trade Papers
The Other Macdonald Report
The Consensus on Canada's Future that the Macdonald Commission Left Out