Sunday, December 8, 2013
Lawrence Downes has a thought-provoking piece in the New York Times on the border fence at Nogales. It begins:
"The fence that separates Nogales, Ariz., from Nogales, Mexico, is a see-through wall of vertical steel rods 15 to 18 feet high, set four inches apart in a deep bed of concrete. It is a rusty ribbon that runs up and down dusty hills and streets, cutting one city into two and jutting into the desert for a few miles east and west.
An impenetrable barricade it is not. . . ."
Click the link above to read the rest of the editorial.