Scott Walker: Building a wall at the Canadian border might be "a legitimate" idea

August 2015
Moderate Voice;8/31/15, p7
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The article reflects on reactions to the suggestion from Scott Walker, Republican contender for the 2016 U.S. President election, to build a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border. Topics discussed include building the wall at the plotting of terrorist attacks in Canada such as the "Millennium Plot", the U.S.-Mexico border security concerns from the beaches, and the U.S. Custom and Border Protection and most of the American jobs taken by Canadian citizens.


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