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Mexico’s urban pileups

Print this map at your local print center! Just send me a few bucks through this link and I’ll send the crisp high-res file straight to your email. For Venmo, email me at trub@uchicago.edu. I appreciate all the support.The US-Mexico border is the most frequently crossed, and one of the longest, in the world. The difference in development between the […]

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Why is Mexico viewed as a Third World country?

It’s not anymore, at least not by anyone who knows what they’re talking about. It’s poorer than the US, but Mexico’s Human Development Index score is 0.756, which is officially considered “high”. But this photo of Mexico City perfectly illustrates the problem.The problem in Mexico is inequality. The raw human development score for Mexico makes […]

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