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Latin American StudiesBridging the Border certainly contributes to the debate about the margins for change in US—Mexican relations.
— Ana Covarrubias, El Colegio de México
Author Biography: Rodolfo O. de la Garza is Mike Hogg Professor of Community Affairs in the department of government at the University of Texas at Austin. Jesœs Velasco is professor of political science, Centro de Investigacion y Docencia Econ-micas, Mexico City.
Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Dealing with the American Political System: An Historical Overview, 1910-1995 Chapter 3 Mexico's Foreign Policy after NAFTA: The Tools of Interdependence Chapter 4 Decentralized Diplomacy: The Role of Consular Offices in Mexico's Relations with its Diaspora Chapter 5 Foreign Policy Comes Home: The Domestic Consequences of the Program for Mexican Communities Living in Foreign Countries Chapter 6 The Rise of the Mexico Lobby in Washington: Even Further from God, and Even Closer to the United States Chapter 7 Selling Ideas, Buying Influence: Mexico and American Think Tanks in the Promotion of NAFTA Chapter 8 The Negotiations between the Mexican Government and the U.S. Financial Community: A New Interpretation Chapter 9 Discord in U.S.-Mexican Labor Relations and the North American Agreement on Labor Cooperation Chapter 10 Mexico's New Foreign Policy: States, Societies, and Institutions