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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 US relations with Mexico for a very long time.” “NAFTA: An Assessment,” report produced by the Institute for International Economics, a nonprofit research institution, 1993
AP U.S. History Scoring Guide Unit 9 Progress Check: MCQ Copyright © 2017. The College Board. These materials are part of a College Board program. Use or distribution of these materials online orin print beyond your school’s participation in the program is prohibited. Page 7 of 10 11.Which of the following best explains a limitation in the argument about the short-term impact of theNAFTA agreement on immigration as presented in the excerpt? AImmigrants from Latin America were outnumbered by Canadian immigrants who sought opportunityin the United States.BImmigrants became a large portion of draftees in the United States military as a result ofinternational conflict.CThe size of immigrant communities declined following the passage of international tradeagreements.DImmigrants from Latin America were attracted to areas populated by other immigrants with similarethnic backgrounds. 12.The argument in the excerpt overlooks which of the following broader historical contexts that bestexplains why some immigrants came to the United States during the late twentieth century? 13.The argument in the excerpt does not account for which of the following historical factors that mostdirectly explain population changes in the southern and western United States?
AP U.S. History Scoring Guide Unit 9 Progress Check: MCQ Copyright © 2017. The College Board. These materials are part of a College Board program. Use or distribution of these materials online or in print beyond your school’s participation in the program is prohibited. Page 8 of 10 A

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