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North America and Transnational Agreements
North America and transnational agreements

Most geography books, including textbooks, about North America tend to separate Mexico from the United States and Canada due to the distinctive cultural divide that has formed along the U.S.– Mexican border over the past 200 or so years. The 21st century is introducing a new concept to this large geographical region based on transnational agreements. This chapter discusses the traditions of the region, the changes resulting from transnational agreements, and a prognosis for the future role of geography as a discipline in this dynamic region.

Historically, this was not just a divide between Latin culture to the south and Anglo (and French) culture to the north based on language, religion, and whether or not you could ...

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