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6 x 9 in.
304 pp., 4 figures, 18 maps, 32 tables

Out of print


Where North Meets South
Cities, Space, and Politics on the United States-Mexico Border

By Lawrence Herzog



"Lawrence Herzog's superb analysis of the contemporary dynamics of urbanization and development in the border zone is certainly the best effort to date to understand the border paradox.... In sum, Where North Meets South is essential reading for those who would better understand the border. The analysis, and the solutions to which it points, cogently challenge the prevailing dichotomies and distortions of border life and point to a better understanding of what policy directions are indicated in a new and accelerated era of economic integration."

—Studies in Comparative International Development

 Of Related Interest Anderson and Gerber, Fifty Years of Change on the U.S.-Mexico Border

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