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Government Project

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RC Perez

on 23 April 2010

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Transcript of Government Project

UNited States Economic Policy With Mexico How we really treat/look/interact with Mexico Brief History Texas Revolution (1836)

Mexican-American War (1846-48) Early 20th Century Bracero Program 1942 -64 Operation Wetback NAFTA globalized Mexico more
made it more competitive
easier trade
mostly representing the big guys, not the small ones :( Things that shape the policy: NAFTA, geography, and current problems Maquiladoras factories along the border. good because it's cheap labor. WOW! U.S.A MEXICO PrObLeMs immigration and illegal immigration
sometimes reflect developing world
hispanic majority
education and poverty issues
solutions to problems more military in the border
Department of Homeland Security
more globalization
Legalize marijuana
stronger and more representing NAFTA

GLOBALIZE MEXICO FIX IMMIGRATION PROBLEM STOP DRUG FLOW NAFTA (Naff-tah) What does congress do? ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES (OIL) Congress has the power to make policies
but starting 20th century, the power is being transferred to the President
Mexico Peso Crisis 1994

The economy of United states and mexico are sychronized for the most part

it'll be more integrated in the future. =) New innovations will surely help improve the economies of both countries. But for now, we're ok Geography easier trade
Mexico is 3rd leading trade partner
cultural crossing along the border
easier integration
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