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Commentary: Corn Subsidies at Root of US-Mexico Immigration Problems
Acton Institute (blog)
Since the North American Free Trade Agreement began to be implemented in 1994, the United States has raised farm subsidies by 300 percent and Mexican corn growers complain that they have little hope of competing in this protected market.
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