Conrad Black Replies [to Two Critiques of His Article in Winter 1997-1998 Issue Taking Canada Seriously]
Black, Conrad, International Journal
I wish to thank Andrew Cohen and Geoffrey Pearson for their generally favourable comments on my article in the winter 1997-8 issue. Both writers assert that it is too late for Britain to be attracted to NAFTA, and Cohen writes that I should have proposed closer trade relations between NAFTA and the EU as a whole. All polls indicate that the majority of Britons do not wish to go further into Europe and both major political parties are committed to a referendum on monetary union. If such an alternative as I proposed were on offer it would be extremely tempting to a very large number of Britons.
The idea of closer trade relations between NAFTA and the EU was proposed this year by Sir …
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Publication information: Article title: Conrad Black Replies [to Two Critiques of His Article in Winter 1997-1998 Issue Taking Canada Seriously]. Contributors: Black, Conrad - Author. Journal title: International Journal. Volume: 53. Issue: 2 Publication date: Spring 1998. Page number: 350. © Canadian Institute of International Affairs Fall 1997. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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