Peso decline drives more Mexicans across US border

Pendleton, Scott
February 1995
Christian Science Monitor;2/3/95, Vol. 87 Issue 48, p3
Reports on the rise in illegal immigration from Mexico to US in the wake of the slump in the value of the Mexican Peso. Views of US Border Patrol agents on the rise in illegal immigration; Figures on apprehensions on the US-Mexico border and increase in patrolling; Views of economist Jorge Gonzales on the Mexican crisis and the US response to it.


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