People Crossing Borders: An Analysis of U.S. Border Protection Policies
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People Crossing Borders: An Analysis of U.S. Border Protection Policies

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Operation Streamline began in 2005 and represents a “zero tolerance” policy of
border incursions. As Figure 6 shows, this focus on immigration violation has
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Madeline Ashby
I read this report as part of my master's of design in strategic foresight. I cannot emphasize enough how important it was to me as a resource, how refreshingly readable it was, and how much I wish that other people curious about border issues would read it. All of Haddal's work with the Congressional Research Service was invaluable to me in my own research, and I recommend his reports for the CRS to anyone interested in American border policy, American history, immigration, or how systems work...more
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