Thoughts from Below the Rio Bravo: A Preliminary to Going into Hiding
by FRED REED
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To understand of many Mexican attitudes toward the United States and immigration, you have to go back to the Mexican-American War of 1846-48, of which most Americans have never heard. The United States attacked Mexico in a war of  territorial acquisition, occupied Texas, California, New Mexico, and Arizona, and drove south to conquer Mexico City. It did it because it could.

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Thoughts from Below the Rio Bravo: A Preliminary to Going into Hiding

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