Bipartisanship and the Mexican Immigration Issue, from Reagan to Trump

Lecture Description

This lecture interrogates the interactions between two dimensions to the current debate over Mexican immigrants in the U.S.: first, the intensification of the bipartisan divide since the 1980s; and second, the relationship between economic conditions in the U.S. and the use Mexican immigrant labor (documented and undocumented).

CATEGORIES

Business and Economics Immigration

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