By Tony Payan,Kathleen Staudt,Z. Anthony Kruszewski
A struggle that Can’t Be Won is the 1st ebook to incorporate contributions from students on either side of the US–Mexico border. It presents a different breadth of viewpoint at the many dimensions of the societal drawback that is affecting citizens of either nations—particularly those that stay and paintings within the borderlands. It additionally proposes useful steps towards fixing a trouble that exhibits no symptoms of abating lower than present rules. every one bankruptcy relies on well-documented information, together with formerly unavailable proof that used to be got via freedom-of-information inquiries in Mexico. through bringing jointly perspectives from each side of the border, in addition to from a number of educational disciplines, this quantity bargains a wider view of a posh problem—and attainable solutions.
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