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Overview

Volume 5, No. 3 &4 (1994) – Constitutional Implications of NAFTA: Perspectives from Canada, the United States, and Mexico”

Reforming Our Political Discourse: The National Interest in a Transnational World
Donald G. Lenihan (Director of Research at the Canadian Centre for Philosophy and Public Policy at the University of Ottawa) and Will Kymlicka (Research Associate, Canadian Centre for Philosophy and Public Policy at the University of Ottawa)

NAFTA and the Constitution: Does Labour Conventions Really Matter Any More?
Robert Howse (Faculty of Law, University of Toronto)

NAFTA and Federalism in the United States
Mark Tushnet (Georgetown University Law Centre, Washington, D.C.)

NAFTA: Recent Constitutional Amendments, Sovereignty Today, and the Future of Federalism in Mexico
Carla Huerta (Professor of Mexican Constitutional Law, Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico, ITAM) and Alonso Lujambio (Professor of Comparative Politics, Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico, ITAM)

NAFTA and the Future of Environmental Regulation
Patricia E. Perkins (Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University)

NAFTA and Inequality: A Canadian Perspective
Charles E. Reasons (Staff Lawyer at the British Columbia Public Interest Advocacy Centre, Vancouver B.C.)

Aboriginal Peoples and NAFTA: Colonization Continues to Run Amok
Sharon Venne (Citizen of the Blood Tribe within the Treaty Seven area of Canada)

The NAFTA Durum Dispute and the Canada Grain Act: A Case Study in Institutional Development
Marjorie Benson (College of Law, University of Saskatchewan)

Canadian Constitutionalism and Sovereignty After NAFTA
David Schneiderman (Executive Director, Centre for Constitutional Studies)