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Mexico And The United States: The Fragile Relationship
Mexico And The United States: The Fragile Relationship
By Lester D. Langley
G. K. Hall, 1991, 138 pp

An admirably concise, readable and insightful small volume on the increasingly close and important relationship between these two North American nations, integrated in some respects and yet decidedly separate and different in others. Although many have argued that Mexico and the United States are united by geography and divided by history, Langley suggests that in modern times they have been united by history and especially by the dynamics of the border region and the increasingly large and influential Mexican-American population.