by Ed Ashurst (Author), M. Scott Catino (Author)
Alligators in the Moat: Politics and the Mexican Border
The USFDC highly recommends the reading of author Ed Ashurst’s book, Alligators In The Moat.
This is one of Ed Ashurst’s eight books and is currently working on his ninth. He is also a working cowboy who has ridden and gathered cattle and horses on over seven thousand square miles of the American South West accumulating over fifty years of experience as a big ranch cowboy. He currently manages a large cattle ranch in southeastern Arizona.
This second edition of the award-winning book Alligators in the Moat gives the reader a more thorough view of the
dysfunctional position the United States has put itself in on our southern border. The first edition won the New Mexico-
Arizona Book Award for best non-fiction Ebook. This book contains two new chapters that provide a history of little known amnesty legislation put into place by presidents from both parties over the last thirty years.
Warning: The contents of this book will shock you.
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