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Mexico / David Haugen and Susan Musser, book editors.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2012
Imprint:
Detroit, [MI] : Greenhaven Press, c2012.
Format:
  • Book
  • 262 p. : ill., map ; 24 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
  • Ch. 1. What is contributing to the instability of Mexican society? Mexican drug cartels are destabilizing democracy in Mexico / Mario Loyola
  • The United States must support democracy in Mexico to defeat drug cartels / Shannon O'Neil
  • Police corruption is abetting drug violence in Mexico / Dudley Althaus
  • Mexico is trying to clean up police corruption / Ken Ellingwood
  • NAFTA has contributed to economic and governmental instability in Mexico / Jeff Faux
  • Ch. 2. What has been the impact of NAFTA on Mexico? Mexico should capitalize on the benefits of NAFTA / The Economist
  • NAFTA hurts the Mexican economy / Anne Vigna
  • NAFTA promotes the exploitative maquiladora system in Mexico / Mike Westfall
  • The maquiladora system is a beneficial part of the Mexican economy under NAFTA / Joseph Heinzman Jr. and Gian Marco Valentini
  • NAFTA is responsible for increasing Mexican emigration / David Bacon
  • NAFTA is not responsible for increasing Mexican emigration / Demetrios G. Papademetriou
  • Ch. 3. Is cross-border migration a problem for the United States and Mexico? The US border fence will deter illegal immigration from Mexico / Tom Tancredo
  • The US border fence divides neighbors and tears apart families / Gebe Martinez
  • The US economy is compelling many Mexican immigrants to return home / Miriam Jordan
  • The return of Mexican immigrants to Mexico is hurting the US economy / Jeff Jacoby
  • Border violence is increasing / Ben Conery and Jerry Seper
  • Border violence is declining / Julianne Hing and Hatty Lee
  • American immigrants are putting a burden on Mexico / Marisa Trevino
  • Ch. 4. What should US policy be toward Mexico? The United States should militarize the border / Dave Gibson
  • The United States should not send troops into Mexico / Andres Oppenheimer
  • US lawmakers should support the Merida Initiative / Armand Peschard-Sverdrup
  • US lawmakers should abandon the Merida Initiative / Laura Carlsen
  • The United States should end the war on drugs and strictly control gun sales / Ted Lewis
  • The United States should not legalize drugs but should support the defeat of drug cartels / James Roberts
  • The United States can do nothing to help Mexico / Robert Robb.
Summary:
This book examines various aspects of Mexico's foreign and domestic policies, and how the United States imacts, and is impacted by those policies.
Contributor:
Haugen, David M., 1969-
Musser, Susan.
Series:
Opposing viewpoints
Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Subjects:
ISBN:
9780737757378
073775737X
9780737757385
0737757388

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