Bill Ong Hing is a Professor of Law at the University of California, Davis. He teaches Immigration Policy, Judicial Process, Negotiations, and Asian American History. Throughout his career, he has pursued social justice by combining community work, litigation, and scholarship. His books include Deporting Our Souls-Values, Morality, and Immigration Policy, Defining America Through Immigration Policy (Temple), and Making and Remaking Asian America Through Immigration Policy. Professor Hing was co-counsel in the Supreme Court asylum case, INS v. Cardoza-Fonseca (1987). He is the founder of the Immigrant Legal Resource Center and serves on the board of the Asian Law Caucus.
Acknowledgments Introduction: A Time to Think Broadly 1. The NAFTA Effect 2. Revolutionary Mexico: A Brief Economic and Political History 3. Canadian Stability and Responsibility 4. The European Union Strategy 5. Celtic Tiger: The Irish Example 6. The Failed Enforcement Approach: "There Ain't No Reason to Treat Them Like Animals" 7. Contemplating North American Integration and Other Alternatives Epilogue: The Ethical Border: Thinking Outside the (Big) Box Notes Bibliography Index