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Table of Contents
|Border Studies as an Emergent Field of Scientific Inquiry: Scholarly Contributions of U.S.-Mexico Borderlands Studies|
|Ellwyn R. Stoddard||1-33|
|Conflict Resolution and the Evolution of Cooperation in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands|
|Niles M. Hansen||34-48|
|Environmental Issues in the United States-Mexico Borderlands|
|C. Richard Bath||49-72|
|Engineering Diplomacy: The Evolving Role of the International Boundary and Water Commission in U.S.-Mexico Water Management|
|Stephen P. Mumme||73-108|
|Patterns of Labor Force Participation in the U.S.-Mexico Border Region, 1970-1980|
|The Borderlands: An Historical Survey for the Non-Historian|
|Michael C. Meyer||133-141|
|The Role of Border Newspapers in Mexico: A Case Study of Five Tijuana Dailies|
|Barbara W. Hartung||142-152|
Comparative Border Studies
|India Divided: How the Partition Affected Rural Development Strategies in the Eastern Region|
|F. Tomasson Jannuzi||153-167|
|Immigration--The Beleaguered Bureaucracy by Milton D. Morris, 1985.
|José A. Méndez||168-170|
|The United States and Mexico: Borderland Development and the National Economies edited by Lay James Gibson and Alfonso Corona Renteria, 1985.
|Benjamin N. Matta||171-176|
|Distant Neighbors: A Portrait of the Mexicans by Alan Ryding, 1985.
|The Fourth Wave, California's Newest Immigrants by Thomas Muller and Thomas J. Espenshade, 1986.
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