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Candidates Spar over Free Trade Agreement

In economically troubled Ohio, Democrats Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama have been trying to out-do each other in their opposition to NAFTA, the North American Free Trade Agreement. Republican contender John McCain joined in with his views on NAFTA this week, too.

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