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Democrats compete to outbash NAFTA

Some analysts say opting out is unrealistic

Senator Barack Obama greeted supporters yesterday in Austin, Texas, a state that has benefited from the North American Free Trade Agreement and where trade has not been an issue. Obama and Hillary Clinton have attacked NAFTA during events in Ohio. Senator Barack Obama greeted supporters yesterday in Austin, Texas, a state that has benefited from the North American Free Trade Agreement and where trade has not been an issue. Obama and Hillary Clinton have attacked NAFTA during events in Ohio. (Rick Bowmer/Associated Press)
By Brian C. Mooney
Globe Staff / February 29, 2008

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TOLEDO, Ohio - Cranking up their populist rhetoric, Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are outbidding each other as they attack NAFTA before their showdown in Ohio's Democratic presidential primary Tuesday. (Full article: 1358 words)

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