San Diego; (1986): Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. First Edition. Quarto. Item #022423
200pp., illustrated by photographer Jay Dusard. The author's write "The two-thousand mile border shared by the United States and Mexico is the most dramatic intersection of first and third world realities" The author and photographer travel the entire border interviewing the people, Mexican and American. Like the present, they probe all issues, from illegal immigration, drug smuggling and more. The subject is just as prevalent today and it was then. A fine copy bound in 1/4 white linen over light brown paper covered boards stamped in blind, spine lettering brown, in a near fine unclipped pictorial dust jacket.