The Line 

Long waits at the Arizona-Mexico border hurts business and builds frustration

All the Third World's misery is on display this torpid afternoon, in a long line lumbering towards the U.S.-Mexico border. There's the blind man, professionally dressed in a button-down and slacks, reduced to playing his shabby keyboard for change. There's the guy…

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