The Fence and the River: Culture and Politics at the U.S.-Mexico Border

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Illustrations
1.Karl Beveridge and Carole Condé, Free Expression, 1989
2.Karl Beveridge and Carole Condé, Shutdown, 1991
3–6.Lynn Schwarzer, Images of Labor (detail), 1993
7–10.Terry Allen, a simple story (Juarez), 1992
11.Malaquías Montoya, Undocumented, 1981
12.Peter Goin: “Because of careful ranch management, grasses survive in the Animas Valley on the United States side of the line (to the right).”
13.Peter Goin: “Today, no federal, state, or local governments have any concerted policy regarding the border fences.”
14.Peter Goin: “View of the border line and fence at the port-of-entry at San Ysidro and Tijuana, looking west.”
15.Peter Goin: “The westernmost marker, Monument No. 258, rests in Border Field State Park at the Pacific Ocean.”
16.Don Bartletti, Uneasy Neighbors, 1988
17.David Avalos, Eriberto Oribol, and Michael Schnorr, Border Realities HI, February 1987
18.Michael Schnorr, Fence “Border line boundary,”January 1987
19.Sara Jo Berman and Michael Schnorr, Border Realities II, February 1986

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