Democratic Hopefuls Adjust Trade Stances The first major Democratic presidential debate showed that on the issue of trade, some Democrats who once favored the North American Free Trade Agreement are now calling for changes. NPR's Kathleen Schalch reports.
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Democratic Hopefuls Adjust Trade Stances

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Democratic Hopefuls Adjust Trade Stances

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Democratic Hopefuls Adjust Trade Stances

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The first major Democratic presidential debate showed that on the issue of trade, some Democrats who once favored the North American Free Trade Agreement are now calling for changes. NPR's Kathleen Schalch reports.