Need To Know

Jobs in the balance: NAFTA

This week on Need to Know, we travel to a town in Indiana to see how NAFTA, the most controversial trade deal in recent U.S. history, continues to impact communities today. We also speak with Mickey Kantor, the U.S. Trade Representative under President Clinton, on NAFTA’s legacy, and Jon Meacham delivers an essay in defense of free trade.
  • NYC-ARTS Full Episode: October 31, 2013
  • Massachusetts mandate update
  • Dying to get back
  • Help Wanted: Retraining America
  • Debating the Second Amendment
  • Financial literacy
  • Main Street: Findlay, Ohio
  • Behavioral economics at work
  • Economic inequality and mobility
  • Medical Devices
  • Main Street: Salinas, California
  • After Newtown: Gone Boy
  • Banned in Arizona
  • Can Medicare Be Fixed?
  • Manufacturing Jobs
  • Do No Harm and Danish Medical Courts
  • Ending Paralysis: New Jersey and Germany
  • A Tale of Four Tax Returns
  • The Long-term Care Challenge
  • Frequent Fliers and Healthcare Reform
  • Family Rewards
  • The Family Planning Fight
  • Crossing the line at the border: Update
  • Employment's new look


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