The militarization of the U.S.-Mexico border, 1978-1992: low-intensity conflict doctrine comes home
"Focuses on the growing militarization of US immigration and drug policy along Mexico/US border. Well-researched monograph examines potential for human rights violations by Border Patrol operations and other law enforcement efforts"--Handbook of Latin Ame
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