How to secure the U.S.-Mexico border is a hugely contentious issue in the immigration debates shaping the 2008 presidential race. A panel of experts discusses the challenges of securing the world’s most frequently crossed border and the immigration policy agendas heating up the campaign trail. Panelists include Jorge Bustamante, of Notre Dame University; Emilio Gonzalez, director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services; Bob Kerrey, president of The New School; Heather MacDonald, Manhattan Institute fellow; and Aristide Zolberg, director of The New School’s International Center for Migration, Ethnicity and Citizenship. This event was presented by The New School.
Posted: February 6th, 2008
The Immigration Debates: Spotlight on the U.S.-Mexico Border