Dennis Wagner, an Arizona Republic reporter has penned an informative and fascinating socio/profile describing the issues and images along the 2,000 mile U.S./Mexico border.
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|PACIFIC: The fence separating the United States from Mexico stretches into the Pacific Ocean south of San Diego. (Thomas Hawthorne/USA TODAY NETWORK)|
|WEST: The Imperial County sand dunes along the border in California.|
|Students from Juarez, Mexico cross the border to attend schools in El Paso, Texas|
|MIDWAY: The Rio Grande looks like a large crack in the earth near Big Bend National Park in Texas. (Emmanuel Lozano/USA TODAY NETWORK)|
GULF: The Rio Grande empties into the Gulf of Mexico at Brownsville, Texas. It flows along more than half of the U.S.-Mexico border. (USA TODAY NETWORK)