areous

areous

n. [an] area. (Streets.) Keep that baby gangsta outa ma areous!
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In the second section, "Labor Law and Institutions,' Graciela Bensusan Areous analyzes labor law in Mexico, and Gilles Trudeau and Guylaine Valee do the same for Canada.
For example, speaking as one trained in the rationalist tradition and well exposed to the debate concerning the importance of "enforcement" of labor laws under NAFTA, I found highly enlightening Graciela Bensusan Areous's argument that the problem in Mexico is not so much a lack of enforcement as a political context that is not supportive of upholding the written law.