As NAFTA as They Wanna Be
A risky move may have paid off for the Clinton Administration as a contentious, sometimes personal debate between Vice President Al Gore and NAFTA opponent Ross Perot seemed to raise support for the pact. Polls showed that opinions of NAFTA became more favorable after the debate, televised on CNN's Larry King Live. At week's end, however, the White House was still at , least 20 votes short of the number needed to pass NAFTA when it comes before the House this week.
Sexual Harassment Redefined
The Supreme Court ruled unanimously that women need not...