Texas Professor Sees Historical Cycle In Mexican Drug Violence And Says It Isn't Spreading Across Border In Big Way

Miguel Levario, an assistant professor of history at Texas Tech University and an expert on border history explained what he means in a statement.

Written by: Jessica Behnham

Lubbock, TX (AHN) - Despite the perception that the amount of drug crime crossing the border from Mexico is increasing, a Texas college professor says it is actually decreasing, but more solutions should be shared by the two countries.

The U.S. is blamed for helping to create the problem because Americans buy drugs.

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