Mexico-United States Relations

Mexico-United States Relations

Mexico-United States Relations

Mexico-United States Relations

Excerpt

The Academy has long been interested in relations between the United States and its immediate neighbors to the north and the south—Canada and Mexico. In 1976 the Academy published "Canada-United States Relations," and now, in 1981, it offers "Mexico-United States Relations." Scholars from the two countries were actively involved in planning the projects and contributed essays.

The views expressed in this volume are the authors' own and not necessarily those of any organization with which they are affiliated. The Academy is a forum for the discussion of public policy issues, but as an organization it makes no recommendations on political questions.

Grants from the Tinker Foundation, Citibank, Hercules Incorporated, and the City Investing Company made this study possible. The Academy wishes to express its deep appreciation for their support. It is also grateful to the U.S.‐ Mexican Quadripartite Commission for jointly sponsoring a conference with the Academy at Columbia University on May 20, 1980. It is especially indebted to Jeffrey B. Peters and David Peña of the Quadripartite Commission, William R. Rhodes of Citibank, Richard Steele of the Celanease Corporation, and Gary Clyde Hufbauer of the U.S. Treasury Department for taking leading roles in the conference.

Susan Kaufman Purcell, Ph.D., organized this study and edited the essays. Long an authority on Mexico, she has written and lectured extensively on the relations between Mexico and the United States.

William Farr, John Tone, and Leonard Smith copy edited the manuscripts and supervised the publication of this volume. For more than a decade, Mr. Farr has been business manager of the Academy and has also ably supervised the publication of the Proceedings.

ROBERT H. CONNERY
President of the Academy . . .

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