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The SPP is dead

Security and Prosperity Partnership tainted by secrecy, Bush legacy.

Bush, Harper and Calderon in bygone daysby Jeff Davis, Embassy Magazine

August 26, 2009 — The Security and Prosperity Partnership, as we knew it, is dead. May it rest in peace.

Laden with the weight of its own secrecy, and the tainted legacy of creator George W Bush North America's leaders refused even to breathe its name at the recent trilateral summit in Guadalajara, Mexico.

The SPP's final death certificate appeared on the grouping's US government-run website following Guadalajara, which declared the "Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) is no longer an active initiative." ...

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  The SPP's Death Knell has Sounded, by Jeff Davis, Embassy Magazine, August 26, 2009
  WIN! The SPP has been defeated!, by Brent Patterson, the Council of Canadians, August 20, 2009

Posted: September 17, 2009

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