Joseph Nevins

Associate Professor of Geography, Vassar

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Associate Professor of Geography at Vassar. He studies border policy

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Arizona has taken a lot of political heat for the new immigration law that’s led to warnings about racial profiling.  That has not kept politicians in other states from proposing…

Other States and Localities Inspired by Arizona’s Immigration Bill

Arizona has taken a lot of political heat for the new immigration law that’s led to warnings about racial profiling.  That has not kept politicians in other states from proposing…

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