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The Mexican government encouraged settlement of Texas by Americans to create a buffer zone (a neutral area) between the two countries.
The Mexican government encouraged settlement of Texas by Americans to create a buffer zone It is true that the Mexican government encouraged settlement of Texas by Americans to create a buffer zone between the two [ countries. ]
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