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The Mexico-United States Border: An Assessment of the Policies of the United States Upon the Economic Welfare of the Chicano Population

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  • Mexico
  • United States
  • Border
  • Policies
  • Economic
  • Welfare
  • Chicano
  • Policy
  • Labor
  • Nation
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  • Economics
  • Political Science

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The Mexico-United States Border: An Assessment of the Policies of the United States Upon the Economic Welfare of the Chicano Population Cornell University ILR School [email protected] Briggs Volume I Briggs Papers and Speeches 4-1-1973 The Mexico-United States Border: An Assessment of the Policies of the United States Upon the Economic Welfare of the Chicano Population Vernon M. Briggs Jr. [email protected] Follow this and additional works at: http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/briggsI This Article is brought to you for free and open access by the Briggs Papers and Speeches at [email protected] It has been accepted for inclusion in Briggs Volume I by an authorized administrator of [email protected] For more information, please contact [email protected] The Mexico-United States Border: An Assessment of the Policies of the United States Upon the Economic Welfare of the Chicano Population Keywords Mexico, United States, border, policies, economic, welfare, Chicano, policy, labor, nation Comments Volume 1 - Paper #9 This article is available at [email protected]: http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/briggsI/2 THE MEXICO-UNITED STATES BORDER: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE POLICIES OF THE UNITED STATES UPON THE ECONOMIC WELFARE OF THE CHICANO POPULATION by Vernon M. Briggs, Jr. Associate Professor of Economics The University of Texas at Austin Conference on "Economic Relations Between Mexico and the United States" April, 1973 Austin, Texas '1; The Mexico-United States Border: An Assessment of the policies of the United States Upon the Economic Welfare of the Chicano Population Vernon M. Briggs, Jr. The University of Texas at Austin Introduction The political boundaries of a modern nation state form the foundation for the study of economic policy making. Borders represent the element that unifies and distinguishes a particular economy. Within the prescribed perimeters, the movement of labor, products, money, and the per

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