Decision at Midnight: Inside the Canada-US Free Trade Negotiations

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Michael Hart with Bill Dymond and Colin Robertson


DECISION AT MIDNIGHT: INSIDE THE CANADA-US FREE-TRADE NEGOTIATIONS

Foreword by Donald Macdonald with cartoons by Alan King of the Ottawa Citizen

UBC PRESS / VANCOUVER

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Charts and Tables viii
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xi
  • I - The Fork in the Road 3
  • Part One - Setting the Stage 11
  • 2 - Policy Origins 13
  • 3 - No Anchor, No Rudder, No Compass: The Us Setting 36
  • 4 - Preparing the Way 54
  • 5 - Reaching a Decision 87
  • 6 - Forging Ahead 115
  • 7 - Getting Ready 133
  • Part Two - Negotiating An Agreement 153
  • 8 - The Summer of Innocence 155
  • 9 - The Fall of Impatience 186
  • 10 - The Winter of Discontent 211
  • II - Spring Again: Moving Rocks 240
  • 12 - The Summer of Despair 257
  • 13 - Impasse in September 282
  • Part Three - The Real Thing 295
  • 14 - What Had Gone Wrong? 297
  • 15 - A Near Run Thing 318
  • 16 - The Lawyers Take Over 343
  • 17 - Conclusions: A Good Agreement1 367
  • Notes 391
  • Chronology of the Canada-Us Free-Trade Negotiations 417
  • Glossary of Trade and Related Terms 423
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 433
  • Credits 440
  • Index 443
  • About the Authors 455
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