WASHINGTON -- Wednesday's vote in the House on the North American Free Trade Agreement is evolving into a crucial test of President Clinton's ability to manage do mestic and international economic policy.

No vote since the cliff-hanger on the deficit reduction package has come to define the President's leadership skills in a global economy and his relationship with Congress.

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