Border policies: time to try again

Waxman, Lionel
May 2001
Inside Tucson Business;05/28/2001, Vol. 11 Issue 10
Comments on the efficacy of border policies in United States. List of items prohibited for transport in the US; Impact of the restriction on the availability of drugs; Opinion on the entrance of undocumented immigrants.


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