Get used to hearing about CAFTA: the Central American Free Trade Agreement. Like its predecessor, NAFTA, the NORTH American Free Trade Agreement, CAFTA would reduce tariffs on trade between America and its neighbors - in this case, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica. CAFTA is high on the agenda of the Bush administration. But, it's already the subject of a bitter fight between U.S. businesses and labor. Marketplace commentator Robert Reich tells us why he thinks that battle is a sideshow.