I would like Mr. Prchal to know that in my last letter I was making no judgements. I am happy each time I read that Cubans have been
accepted into our country. I remember Cuba as the beautiful country
I knew pre-Castro. I was rather expressing my regret for the vast
contrast in treatments between Cuban and Mexican migrants. At the very least, those coming
north from Mexico in search of work should have an avenue for legal
admission, a guest work program.
Corruption is waning rapidly in Mexico; poverty still exists in some
areas. Mexico, with the possible exception of Costa Rica, is the
most democratic of the Latin countries.
Richard E. Baer
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