Who do you think will build the wall between U.S, Mexico?

Cline, Harry
November 2006
Western Farm Press;11/18/2006, Vol. 28 Issue 22, p4
Trade Publication
The article reflects on a bill signed by the U.S. President George W. Bush into law, authorizing construction of a fence to close off the U.S./Mexican border. He stresses that when the president signed the law, he did not include funding to pay the bill for it, which may total $10 billion. He suggests that U.S. leaders must authorize a wall that has been compared to the Berlin Wall and the Great Wall of China.


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