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Should the US have withdrawn from NAFTA?
It would have been in the interests of the US to withdraw from NAFTA.
NAFTA reduced the number of jobs available for American workers.
NAFTA has increased the US' trade deficit, harming American prosperity and sustainability.
NAFTA has led to an increase in immigrants in the US, hurting the American economy.
NAFTA has had a negative effect on wage growth in America.
Withdrawing from NAFTA would have been harmful to the US economy.
Withdrawing from NAFTA would have been bad for Canada and Mexico.
Withdrawing from NAFTA would have hurt US relations with Mexico and Canada.
Withdrawal from NAFTA would have meant that the US could not have negotiated the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA). The USMCA is good for the US.
Withdrawing from NAFTA would disrupt the supply chains of countless businesses, threatening their sustainability.
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