“The United States wanted the labor but not the people doing that labor,” Madrigal explains in the video. “So we created economic structures like NAFTA that encouraged free trade, and ignored the migration that experts said would inevitably come with it.”
"Estados Unidos quería la mano de obra, pero no las personas que hacen el trabajo," Madrigal explica en el video. "Por ello hemos creado estructuras económicas como el TLCAN que alentó el libre comercio, e ignoró la migración que los expertos dijeron que inevitablemente vienen con él." ...
As efforts to curb migration across the border have heightened, research has actually shown that more Mexicans are leaving the United States than entering it since 2009. How's that for irony?
WATCH this video on how immigration has drastically changed on the border since the 1940s.
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