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Briefly describe the North American Free Trade Agreement and the major effects it has on the level of tariffs and the amount of movement of goods and services across the US border. Summarize the level of trade between the trading partners and how this has changed over the last few decades. The United States Trade Representative’s letter to Congress outlines some initial goals of upcoming negotiations. Identify two goals that worsen trade freedom and explain how specific economic sectors and states stand to gain or lose as a result of reduced trade freedom.
-Description of NAFTA effect on tariff levels effect on movement of goods and services summary of the level and changes in trade goals of the USTR and potential gains and losses as a result of reduced trade freedom must all be addressed but not necessarily in that order. Please ensure your paper employs effective transitions and is highly readable.
-Fewer than 80 words throughout the paper must be taken from direct quotes.-Include a cover page with your name date and title of your work.-Use APA style citations for the body of your work. Do not include an abstract. Information on the APA citation style can be found here:http://libraryguides.mdc.edu/apa-Citation help can be found here:https://www.princeton.edu/pr/pub/integrity/pages/cite/-Papers with a high similarity score will be subjected to increased scrutiny or rejected outright.-Do not cite the same source for more than 200 words.-It is unlikely that a paper shorter than 600 words will be sufficient but a good paper can be done in fewer than 1000 words.
-Use credible sources. Do not cite crowd community or open sourced materials. The sources below will be enough for you to complete your assignment. You are not limited to these.Trump’s NAFTA Renegotiationhttps://www.cato.org/blog/trumps-nafta-renegotiationUnited States Trade Representative’s letter to Congresshttp://bloximages.newyork1.vip.townnews.com/brownsvilleherald.com/content/tncms/assets/v3/editorial/c/e5/ce5e3265-024a-5a92-85fb-be0ea2ae2a15/58dd78cc2bd38.pdf.pdfAfter Calling NAFTA ‘Worst Trade Deal’ Trump Appears to Soften Stancehttps://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/30/business/nafta-trade-deal-trump.html?_r=0Imports Create Jobs and Trade Deficits Don’t Matterhttps://fee.org/articles/imports-create-jobs-and-trade-deficits-dont-matter/Farmers and Texans would lose most from barriers to trade with Mexicohttp://www.economist.com/news/united-states/21716057-rural-republican-states-have-most-lose-farmers-and-texans-would-lose-mostTrump’s Trade Deficit Obsessionhttps://www.cato.org/blog/understanding-views-trump-trade-teamIs the U.S. Trade Deficit a Problem to Solve?https://www.cato.org/blog/us-trade-deficit-problem-solve

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Prompt: The Productive Counterargument is your chance to engage in civic deliberation that is mutually productive and creative and influence your readers to understand your position on an issue. Identify an interesting problem or issue that affects a community that you are a part of and that merits your taking a stand. Next, research the positions others have taken on the issue, and identify one published position that differs from your own. Finally, demonstrate why you disagree with that position and put forth your own argument. Do more than just respond to an already existing position, advance a position of your own. To accomplish this, decide (1) what points you are responding to that need to be refuted and (2) where you need to present your own new arguments and information to give a fuller picture of the issue to your audience. Your goal is to actively listen to other positions, civilly engage with a larger conversation, and create understanding and new insights that build community. Process: For brainstorming, think about a local issue that is debatable. You are more likely to make a strong, insightful, and fresh argument about issues affecting your hometown, university, or academic organization than about national or global issues like hunger, gun control, or the drinking age. After you have explored various positions about this topic, select one existing argument with which you disagree. This argument provides your exigence: respond directly to it. As part of your proposal, provide a copy (or link) of the existing argument you would like to refute. Explain your exigence and purpose for addressing this topic, and identify an audience you can address, with your common ground. As you are drafting, consider the character of your audience—friendly? hostile? mixed?—and how best to address them. How might you establish common ground and build consensus with the opposition, even as you refute and rebut to distinguish your own position? Consider what persuasive arguments, examples, reasoning, and rhetorical appeals will best achieve your purpose and avoid fallacies. To support your position, you should have sufficient evidence (from credible sources) that is properly integrated, cited, and developed through your own reasoning. As you revise and edit, consider tone. The 1-page cover letter should explain your rhetorical decision-making, and specifically for this paper, it should include: (1) an explanation of your rhetorical purpose, its relation to the issue and your audience, and (2) several examples of rhetorical choices you made to achieve your purpose with an analysis of the outcome. Format: Your final draft should be 4-5 pages (double-spaced, TNR font, 1” margins). When citing your outside source(s), follow MLA format (see NHG Ch. 19 and/or the PSU Libraries’ Citation Research Guide: http://guides.libraries.psu.edu/mlacitation). Grading Criteria: Your essay should (1) define a debatable issue clearly; (2) address and influence a specific audience; (3) identify, summarize, and engage with an existing position; (4) respond to an existing argument with a convincing, rhetorically effective counterargument; (5) support your claims with examples, details, and reasoning; (6) use research that is credible, appropriate, and properly cited following MLA guidelines; (7) demonstrate the potential to influence your audience toward your purpose; and (8) explain and defend these rhetorical choices in a cover letter.

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