Ronald Rael

Architecture professor at UC Berkeley, author of “Borderwall as Architecture”

Architecture professor at UC Berkeley, author of “Borderwall as Architecture

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Can a wall also act as a bridge? The U.S.-Mexico border wall stretches along 700 miles.

Bridges and Walls: The Border Wall

Can a wall also act as a bridge? The U.S.-Mexico border wall stretches along 700 miles.

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