SOURCE: The Conversation
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If Trump ever follows through on his threat and puts up a closed sign at the southern border, it wouldn’t be the first time. Twice in the last half-century the U.S. has tried to use the border to force Mexico to bend to America’s will.
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Spanish Presidios and Mexican Leather-Jackets in 1772
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