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The North American Union is a theoretical concept of an economic union between Canada, the U.S., and Mexico, with perhaps a common currency (Amero). Even though some may believe the groundwork for such a union has already been laid, most political analysts don't see it in the offing. Currently, United States politicians couldn't seriously support or sell the idea of such a union, because of the general fear that it would usurp the sovereignty of this country and the integrity of the Constitution. Staunch opponents might point to a conflict between such a union and the Constitutional stipulation of Article I Section 8 that deals with the power of Congress to collect taxes, borrow money regulate international and interstate commerce, and coin/print money and regulate its value.
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