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Title: Book review: Confessions of a cartel hit man (review of El Sicaro: The Autobiography of a Mexican Assassin edited by Molly Molloy and Charles Bowden)
Authors: Hayward,Susana
Source: Texas Observer, Dec-11, 103 :17 ,pg 36-37-  
Subjects: Molloy Molly Bowden Charles Mexico - Drug traffic (Book review) Mexico - Police corruption (Book review)
Ref ID: 92834
 
Title: Tyrant's foe: Educating workers about labor laws in Mexico
Authors: Munir,Huma
Source: Texas Observer, Aug-12, 104 :8    
Subjects: Krueger Ed Labor laws and legislation - Mexico Maquiladoras Women - Employment
Additional Information: Profile of Ed Krueger, resident of Edinburg (Tex.) and his advocacy for women workers in the maquiladoras operating in cities along the Texas Mexico border.
Ref ID: 94759
 
Title: Political intelligence: Dept. of Mexican justice - Prison has its perks
Authors: Del Bosque,Melissa
Source: Texas Observer, Aug-11, 103 :13 ,pg 2-3-  
Subjects: Mexico - Cities and towns - Ciudad Juarez Mexico - Prisons Mexico - Criminals
Ref ID: 92811
 
Title: Wildlife and the wall
Authors: McCorkle,Rob;Nottingham,Earl
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, Aug-11, 69 :8 ,pg 36- 37-44
Subjects: Wildlife Illegal aliens - Mexico Border Region
Additional Information: Impact of border fence on wildlife
Ref ID: 92102
 
Title: Political intelligence: Dispatch from the drug war - Tweeting the disappeared
Authors: Del Bosque,Melissa
Source: Texas Observer, Apr-12, 104 :4    
Subjects: Online social networks Mexico - Kidnapping
Additional Information: Using Twitter to find kidnapped loved ones in Northern Mexico.
Ref ID: 94186
 
Title: Letter from Matamoros: Deadline - In Mexico, how journalists cover the drug war that has terrorized the borderlands can mean the difference between life and death. Which is why a strict set of rules--and punishments--dictates what can and can't be written
Authors: Burnett,John
Source: Texas Monthly, Apr-11, 39 :4 ,pg 80+-  
Subjects: Mexico - Cities and towns - Matamoros Mexico - Drug traffic Mexico - Journalists
Ref ID: 91147
 
Title: Six years of change
Authors: Gutierrez,Jose Luis
Source: Business Mexico, 9885, 3 :8    
Subjects: Mexico - Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 1771; Graphs: Growth rate of industrial activity; Balance of merchandise trade; Mexico's international reserves; Controlled and free exchange rate undervaluation; Open unemployment and underemployment as percentage of the economically active population; Public investment and interest payments; Real peso wage rates; Inflation and inflationary pressure; Real growth of bank deposits.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 83734
 
Title: Political intelligence: The border files - No sanctuary for cops
Authors: Del Bosque,Melissa
Source: Texas Observer, 4-Feb-11, 103 :3    
Subjects: Alarcon Jose Asylum Right of - Cases Mexico - Drug traffic
Ref ID: 90580
 
Title: A rose by any other name
Authors:
Source: Texas Weekly, 4-Apr-11, 28 :13    
Subjects: Mexico - Criminals Drug traffic - Mexico
Ref ID: 92672
 
Title: A rose by any other name
Authors:
Source: Texas Weekly, 4-Apr-11, 28 :13    
Subjects: Mexico - Criminals Drug traffic - Mexico
Ref ID: 91421
 
Title: A rose by any other name
Authors:
Source: Texas Weekly, 4-Apr-11, 28 :13    
Subjects: Mexico - Criminals Drug traffic - Mexico
Ref ID: 91422
 
Title: Market moves
Authors: Cancelada,Gregory D.
Source: Business Mexico, 2676, :    
Subjects: Mexico - Stock-exchange
Additional Information: ID: 549; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 87370
 
Title: Business Mexico indicators
Authors:
Source: Business Mexico, 2676, :    
Subjects: Mexico - Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 550; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 86126
 
Title: Political intelligence: Dispatch from the drug war - Tamaulipas' death dealers
Authors: Del Bosque,Melissa
Source: Texas Observer, 20-May-11, 103 :9    
Subjects: Mexico - Murder Mexico - States - Tamaulipas - Violence
Ref ID: 91158
 
Title: Debate and diplomacy: The establishment of the U. S. - Mexico boundary
Authors: Pena,Gloria
Source: Texas Historian, 2011-2012, 72 : ,pg 51- 52
Subjects: United States -- Boundaries -- Mexico Mexican War 1846-1848
Ref ID: 92528
 
Title: American's sea
Authors: Dodd,Cameron
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2011, 69 :2 ,pg 10- 11
Subjects: Gulf of Mexico Documentary films
Ref ID: 92072
 
Title: The pain of the spill
Authors: Gaskill,Melissa
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2010, 68 :12 ,pg 20- 21-27
Subjects: Oil spills - Gulf of Mexico
Additional Information: Deepwater Horizon disaster
Ref ID: 92078
 
Title: The forgotten deep
Authors: Holtcamp,Wendee
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2010, 68 :12 ,pg 30- 31-35
Subjects: Oil spills - Gulf of Mexico Marine ecology
Additional Information: Deepwater Horizon disaster
Ref ID: 92090
 
Title: Book reviews (review of Land of Disenchantment: Latina/o Identities and Transformations in Northern New Mexico by Michael L. Trujillo)
Authors: Becker,John T.
Source: West Texas Historical Association Year Book, 2010, 86 : ,pg 170- 198
Subjects: Trujillo Michael L. Hispanic Americans -- New Mexico -- Espanola Valley (Book review)
Ref ID: 91876
 
Title: State of the media: Covered up in plain sight - A billion-dollar global volcano has been smoking in plain sight for decades, and the mdeia responds only when it erupts
Authors: Minutaglio,Bill
Source: Texas Observer, 2010, 102 :10 ,pg 21-  
Subjects: Texas City (Tex.) - Disasters British Petroleum Journalism Reporters and reporting Gulf of Mexico - Oil spills
Additional Information: ID: 324; Mentioned: New Orleans Times-Picayune newspaper.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 85237
 
Title: Near / Far: Brutal shoot-outs, grisly murders, random kidnappings: Drug cartels in Mexico are in a savage fight to the death that has claimed more than 23,000 lives since 2006. Yet despite fears to the contrary, the violence has not spilled over into Texa
Authors: Blakeslee,Nate
Source: Texas Monthly, 2010, 38 :8 ,pg 108- 115
Subjects: Mexico - Drug traffic Border Region - Violence
Additional Information: ID: 239; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89286
 
Title: Behind the lines: Oil and water - The BP disaster has revealed a problem that is every bit as challenging as cleaning up the Gulf: how to reconcile two opposing viewpoints of how government should work
Authors: Burka,Paul
Source: Texas Monthly, 2010, 38 :7 ,pg 10+-  
Subjects: BP Industries Gulf of Mexico - Oil spills United States Minerals Management Service Political science
Additional Information: ID: 245; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89306
 
Title: Political intelligence: Dispatch from Reynosa - The dead city
Authors: Del Bosque,Melissa
Source: Texas Observer, 2010, 102 :16    
Subjects: Mexico - Cities and towns - Reynosa - Crime
Additional Information: ID: 180; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89351
 
Title: Postcards from a cartel city: A reporter returns to a border town riven by a drug war
Authors: Del Bosque,Melissa
Source: Texas Observer, 2010, 102 :17    
Subjects: Mexico - Narcotics dealers Mexico - Cities and towns - Reynosa - Crime
Additional Information: ID: 205; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89353
 
Title: No escape: For Mexicans fleeing violence, the United States offers no refuge
Authors: Hayward,Susana
Source: Texas Observer, 2010, 102 :14   11
Subjects: Mexico - Cities and towns - Ciudad Juarez Border Region - Violence El Paso (Tex.) Gutierrez Soto Emilio Refugees
Additional Information: ID: 150; Photographs by Dominic Bracco II.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89398
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