Susan Delacourt

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Barack Obama  and  Hillary Clinton  are looking for votes in  Mississippi  tomorrow, but last week's flap over the  North American Free Trade Agreement  is still on the radar screen.

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Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are looking for votes in Mississippi tomorrow, but last week's flap over the North American Free Trade Agreement is still on the radar screen.

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