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The Escalation of U.S. Immigration Control in the Post-NAFTA Era
Peter Andreas examines the rapid escalation of U.S. immigration control efforts along our southwest border in recent years. He argues that enhanced border policing has less to do with actual deterrence and more to do with projecting an image of order and coping with the deepening contradictions of economic integration.

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