Fronteras No Mas: Toward Social Justice at the U.S.-Mexico Border

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Palgrave Macmillan, Nov 9, 2002 - History - 204 pages
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Fronteras No Mas treats the U.S.-Mexico border as an opportune space in which residents address their common interests in a clean environment, better wages and trade, and respect for human rights. Since NAFTA, more transnational institutions and policies have emerged, facilitating the growth of civil society, such as community-based and nonprofit organizations. Yet cross-border organizing remains a challenging and complex version of local politics: residents live and work within a region of vast economic equalities and markedly different governments. The authors offer a civic blueprint on ways to enhance cooperation, given the continuing interdependence of this North American space at the border.

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Kathleen Staudt is Professor of Political Science and the Director of the Center for Civic Engagement at the University of Texas at El Paso. She is the author of ten books including Free Trade? Informal Economies at the U.S-Mexico Border(1998).

Irasema Coronado is Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Texas at El Paso.

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