Abstract: The architects of NAFTA and GATT have sold out the middle class and turned their backs on the nation.
Keywords: book review, current_events, conspiracy, politics, international, NAFTA, GATT, United States, foreign economic relations conditions, free trade, working class.
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Title: The Great Betrayal: How American Sovereignty and Social Justice Are Sacrificed to the Gods of the Global Economy
Author: Patrick J. Buchanan
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Date Published: April 1998
ISBN: 0316115185
LOCN: HF1455.B83 1998
Dewey: 337.73 21
Pages: 376
Footnotes: 684
Figures: 25
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Book One: A Tale of Two Nations

Chapter 1: The Two Americas

Chapter 2: Triumph of the Free Traders: A Forgotten Hero of Free Trade

Chapter 3: How Free Trade is Killing America

Chapter 4: Anatomy of a Murder

Chapter 5: Masters of the Universe: The New Transnational Elite

Book Two: Where and How We Lost the Way

Chapter 6: What Our Fathers Believed

Chapter 7: The Rise of American Nationalism: "Buy from Us -- Or Go Naked!"

Chapter 8: Jefferson to Jackson

Chapter 9: The Great Protectionist: "An Old Henry Clay Tariff Whig"

Chapter 10: Free Markets vs. Free Trade

Chapter 11: The Time of the Protectionists

Chapter 12: The Great Smoot-Hawley Myth

Book Three

Chapter 13: 1933-93

Chapter 14: Counterrevolution

Chapter 15: A New Nationalism

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"In this book, Pat Buchanan, the voice of populist conservatism, charges the architects of NAFTA and GATT with selling out the middle class and turning their backs on the nation."


Author:        Buchanan, Patrick J.
Title:         The great betrayal : how American sovereignty and
                  social justice are sacrificed to the gods of the global
                  economy / Patrick J. Buchanan.
Edition:       1st ed.
Published:     Boston : Little, Brown, c1998.
Description:   376 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
LC Call No.:   HF1455.B83 1998
Dewey No.:     337.73 21
ISBN:          0316115185
Notes:         Includes bibliographical references (p.
                  [329]-359) and index.
Subjects:      United States -- Foreign economic relations.
               Free trade.
               Working class -- United States.
               United States -- Economic conditions -- 1981-
Control No.:   97038818 


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