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“We do not believe that the United States should put large amounts of money into [border controls]. . . .Unless border controls were comprehensive and draconian [severe], they would not stem the [total] flow. .. . Whatever the effect on immigration flows, border fortification measures would be sure to sour USrelations with Mexico for a very long time.”“NAFTA: An Assessment,” report produced by the Institute for International Economics, a nonprofitresearch institution, 1993