What does Grandin cite as the reason for Mexico being put on the path to ratifying NAFTA? What was the reasoning of Mexican lawmakers for embracing NAFTA? Why is this reasoning important, and have you encountered this reasoning before in other readings (consider the Loza reading here)? How did NAFTA fundamentally alter things? How does Grandin believe Americans have dealt with these new realities? Grandin does not really discuss solutions to living through the end of the frontier myth. Do you have policy prescriptions?