United States foreign policy is up and running, seriously engaged in building an international coalition against terrorism. Seems like only yesterday that Mexico presented our most pressing foreign-policy problem. President Vicente Fox and President George W. Bush agreed that good relations between the two nations depended on regularizing the status of Mexican citizens working illegally in the United States. Today, Fox and undocumented...
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