Mexican-U.S. Relations: Conflict and Convergence

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Mexican-U.S. Relations: Conflict and Convergence

Edited by Carlos Vásquez and Manuel Garcia y Griego
Chicano Studies Research Center, University of California, 1984
504 pp. $35.00

Mexican and U.S. perspectives are covered by the authors of these 16 chapters that deal with comprehensive relations as well as concrete issues such as energy, trade relations, migratory labor, and the role of Chicanos in the binational relationship. The stress is on intergovernmental relations but intersocietal ties are not neglected. There is a helpful introduction and bibliography.

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