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Opening the Borders: Solving the Mexico/U.S. Immigration Problem for Our Sake and Mexico's by Larry Blasko
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.8" Height: 1" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Feb 15, 2007
Publisher Level 4 Press
ISBN 1933769181 ISBN13 9781933769189
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More About Larry Blasko
Blasko is an executive with The Associated Press. He has been a personal computing columnist for the last 18 years. He is a 1969 graduate of Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. He was managing editor of the Lerner Newspapers in Chicago before joining AP. He has served as a reporter, editor and business executive.
Larry Blasko currently resides in Summit, in the state of New Jersey.
Reviews - What do customers think about Opening the Borders: Solving the Mexico/U.S. Immigration Problem for Our Sake and Mexico's?
First Class Mar 26, 2007
From stark and sometimes frightening realities concerning the plight of illegal immigrants and the moral ambivalence of everyone from coyotes to congressmen, Larry Blasko's "Opening the Borders" is an intelligent, humorous, and sometimes scathing study. The honesty and clear perception of this first class seasoned author translates into a work that, in my opinion, will not fail to get people thinking.
I loved it --Mary Pollard, Esq. Mar 20, 2007
"I loved the book. Novel and thought-provoking proposal in a readable, informative, and entertaining package. The wonderful thing about Blasko's proposal is that is grounded in the appreciation of past, present and future immigrants. These are folks who want only to give their families a better life, and who give us so much in return for that opportunity -- whether or not we recognize their contribution. Any proposal arising out of that perspective deserves serious consideration." Mary S. Pollard, Esq., Center For Death Penalty Litigation, Durham, NC.