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Physical Barriers in Controlling Illegal Immigration

  • Couverture cartonnée
  • 38 Nombre de pages
Texte du rabat During the previous decade the United States has selectively barricaded and increased enforcement in the Southwest ... Lire la suite
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During the previous decade the United States has selectively barricaded and increased enforcement in the Southwest border to deter the unwanted migration and restore a vision of stability in the region. This was in response to a January 1993 Sandia National Laboratories study called Systematic Analysis of the Southwest Border, which identify ways to increase the security along the border with Mexico. The Sandia study characterized the southwest border as "being overrun".1 It criticized the Border Patrol's traditional tactic of discouraging illegal entry by apprehending aliens once they have entered the United States. According to the Sandia study's authors, this tactic was inefficient and diminished the Border Patrol's ability to control the border. The authors stated the only good border control strategy is one that prevents people from crossing into the United States. The study concluded that the way to prevent illegal entry is to impose "effective barriers on the free flow of traffic".2 "The Sandia study recommended multiple barriers along approximately 90 miles, or less than 6 percent of the southwest border."

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Titre: Physical Barriers in Controlling Illegal Immigration
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9781288256334
ISBN: 1288256337
Format: Couverture cartonnée
nombre de pages: 38
Poids: g
Taille: H246mm x B189mm x T2mm
Année: 2012