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The Border That Joins: Mexican Migrants and U.S. Responsibility
The Border That Joins: Mexican Migrants and U.S. Responsibility
Edited by Peter G. Brown and Henry Shue
Rowman and Littlefield, 1983, 254 pp.

Eight essays cover all aspects of the U.S.-Mexican border problem, including immigration, illegal entry, foreign workers, Mexican conditions, and suggested solutions. The emphasis is on the present situation, but history and overall philosophy are not neglected.