Auto Pact: Creating a Borderless North American Auto Industry: 1960-1971 Book Review by Top Papers

Auto Pact: Creating a Borderless North American Auto Industry: 1960-1971
A review of Dimitry Anastakis' book "Auto Pact: Creating a Borderless North American Auto Industry."
# 132242 | 2,000 words | 1 source | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Canadian Studies (Labor Studies)


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This paper provides a review of "Auto Pact: Creating a Borderless North American Auto Industry" by Dimitry Anastakis. The paper describes Anastakis' argument that the Automotive Products Trade Agreement (APTA, the "auto pact") signed between Canada and the United States in January, 1965 was really made possible not only by negotiations between the governments but, more importantly, by the intervention of the Big Three automotive companies, GM, Chrysler, and Ford. He locates the political background that brought about this extraordinary event in the dismal condition of the Canadian auto industry.

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"The author argues that the Automotive Products Trade Agreement (APTA, the "auto pact") signed between Canada and the United States in January, 1965 was really made possible not only by negotiations between the governments but, more importantly, by the intervention of the Big Three automotive ..."

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Auto Pact: Creating a Borderless North American Auto Industry: 1960-1971 (2007, December 01) Retrieved December 12, 2019, from https://www.academon.com/book-review/auto-pact-creating-a-borderless-north-american-auto-industry-1960-1971-132242/

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"Auto Pact: Creating a Borderless North American Auto Industry: 1960-1971" 01 December 2007. Web. 12 December. 2019. <https://www.academon.com/book-review/auto-pact-creating-a-borderless-north-american-auto-industry-1960-1971-132242/>

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