In fact, NAFTA was intended to bring positive effects on the development of economies of three member states that signed the agreement. Moreover, initially, NAFTA was a sheer economic agreement between the US, Canada and Mexico that intended to facilitate the trade between the member states and economic cooperation between the countries. However, after the promulgation of the agreement by the member states, NAFTA has started to influence not only economic development of member states but also their social and political development, while effects of the introduction of NAFTA have turned out not only positive but also negative.
I am a big advocate of Kindles.
When I moved to Mexico, I knew the thing I would miss most were bookstores. They just did not exist in the little villages I call home. Even if there was a bookstore, its offerings, would be in Spanish. InI was consuming two books a week. The supply I brought south quickly dwindled.
Then, an electronic miracle happened.
Amazon reduced the price of its Kindle reader to the point where it would not matter if the tropical salt air ate it, and simultaneously, Amazon started offering books for sale outside of the American borders. I could now get almost any book I wanted anywhere in the world. Even more than availability, I fell in love with its compact size.
Each of my readers has decreased in size and weight.
My Oasis is almost a wisp in my fingers. As much as I love my Kindle, I never fully lost my love for printed books. A couple of years ago, I brought down the few volumes I saved from the massacre of my Salem book collection.
They now reside happily in my Mexican home's library. But they are lonely. I have less than volumes. And I would like more. Over the past year, when I see a new release that interests me, I will order a printed copy from Amazon -- and, occasionally, an electronic copy for my Kindle.
Slowly, my library is growing again. I discovered just how much it has grown when I straightened up my bedroom while packing for my Oregon Thanksgiving-Panama Canal trip.
My reading table has accreted layers of unread books. Eleven to be exact. If I have read a printed book, I will place it on the shelf in the library.
If I want to read it before I display it, I place it next to my bed for later reading. Here is what is pending in my future.
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