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Vice and Virtue in U.S.-Mexico Border Crossings

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Hour 1:           Can the border between the U.S. and Mexico be more effectively managed – from both sides? We’ll talk this hour with Steven W. Bender, Professor of Law at Seattle University and author of the new book “Run for the Border: Vice and Virtue in U.S.-Mexico Border Crossings” (NYU Press, 2012).

  • Steven, I agree with your comments on THINK today. We need immigration revision with compassion and illegalization of marajuana to free up money from prisons into education. You’re on the “write” track.

  • Steven, I agree with your comments on THINK today. We need immigration revision with compassion and illegalization of marajuana to free up money from prisons into education. You’re on the “write” track.

  • I listened to the program while driving and again today on the podcast.  It’s been one of the best discussion on the topic of migrant workers and immigration I have heard in a long time.  Thank you for the clarity of your discussion

  • I listened to the program while driving and again today on the podcast.  It’s been one of the best discussion on the topic of migrant workers and immigration I have heard in a long time.  Thank you for the clarity of your discussion

  • I listened to the program while driving and again today on the podcast.  It’s been one of the best discussion on the topic of migrant workers and immigration I have heard in a long time.  Thank you for the clarity of your discussion

  • I listened to the program while driving and again today on the podcast.  It’s been one of the best discussion on the topic of migrant workers and immigration I have heard in a long time.  Thank you for the clarity of your discussion