What Are The Differences Between Mexico And The United States

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There have been many causes due to the United States of America and Mexico border disputes. These include its extensive history through sources such as the several past wars and the countless disputes between residents. With the strong issue of territorial claims that contradict each other, treaties have been seen as useless with an even more inadequate attempt of fence construction as seen in Image 1. With many bandits and thieves in this area, drug trafficking and illegal immigration is an impending dilemma.

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With Mexico and the United States being quite contrasting in cultures, dilemmas are inevitable with Mexico being a developing country* and the United States of America being a developed one*. A developing country according to cambridge dictionaries online is a country with little industrial and economic activity and where people generally have low incomes: whereas a developed country is one that a country with a lot of industrial activity and where people generally have high incomes: With these factors in mind, issues between the two have had an extensive history with many fights …show more content…

Also, as indicated by the yellow shaded portion you can see the extensive loss of land The Mexican States gave to the United States also resulting in great turmoil inside the previously Mexican Land with example such as the Fremont in the American-Mexican War 1846-1848. The resultant of this was a mass migration from the northern Mexican states to the present-day Mexico. Ever since this time period, there has been a rapid increase of the amount of attempts of illegal immigration as the population kept growing. By 1980 there were at least 8.5 million illegal immigrants were living in the United States due to a severe lack of border security

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