This is a classic account of life on the South Texas border, the fullest portrait currently available.This is a revised edition of the first appearing in 1999 and discusses undocumented immigration, The drug wars, race relations, growing social inequality and the socioeconomic gap between Latinos and the rest of American Society. The book is an outgrowth of the Borderlife Research Project conducted by the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Illustrated with charts and an index. 6 x 9 size.
Co-authored by Michael J. Pisani