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MAY 09, 2013 - National Journal

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Why Mexico Will Always Play Second Fiddle

President George W. Bush was the picture of confidence as he sat in the Roosevelt Room talking to a small group of reporters about the upcoming visit of Mexican President Vicente Fox. Sipping on a Diet Coke and loudly crunching ice on this September day in 2001, Bush proclaimed the start of a new era in U.S. relations with its neighbor to the south. “The United States has no more important relationship in the world than the one we have with Mexico,” he declared firmly.Seven days later, terrorists struck in New York City and Washington, and that relationship suddenly didn’t seem quite as ... Read More

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