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The New Frontier (US-Mexico Border) Part I #197726

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 03, 2001
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) ABC series with Time magazine on "the new frontier" along the 2,000 mile US-Mexico border introduced; scenes shown from Laredo, Texas, the nerve center of US-Mexican commerce.

(On the US-Mexico border: Deborah Amos) The border crossing featured; scenes shown from along the California-Mexico border. [San Diego real estate developer Sam MARASCO - shows where the bridge connecting United States and Mexico would be; explains why he sees a growing, thriving community along the border.] [Center for US-Mexican Studies at the University of California at San Diego Van WHITING - says the shopping center is being built because the people are there.] [Businessman Homero REYES - comments on business from Tijuana, Mexico.]

(Studio: Carole Simpson) Coming segments on "the new frontier" previewed; scenes shown from the Catholic Church in Laredo.

Amos, Deborah;
Smpson, Carole

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