Radio Free Dylan:  An update on three troubling U.S. trade deals with South Korea, Panama, and Colombia with Public Citizen’s Lori Wallach.

Special “Trading Our Future?” presentation in collaboration with The Huffington Post

In 1992, the hottest issue in the Presidential election was the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA.  This agreement reorganized American trade policy for a generation.  Now, outsourcing of jobs and of production is routine, and investors can sue to break the ability of states and localities to enact laws protecting the environment, workers, or consumers.

Currently, Washington is debating to pass three more NAFTA-style agreements, this time the agreements are with South Korea, Colombia, and Panama.  In our series in collaboration with the Huffington Post, we’re looking at what these deals mean.

Video: Lori Wallach of Public Citizen’s Global Trade Watch and Former CEO of AT&T Broadband Leo Hindrey discuss whether certain free trade deals are dangerous to the U.S.

Video: The Huffington Post’s Dave Jamieson and Scott Paul of the Alliance for American Manufacturing talk about the pending trade agreement with Colombia and anti-union violence.