The San Diego Accords
The United States of America and the Mexican United States hereby declare to enter into a deeper phase of friendship, trade and cooperation. The two signatory parties have agreed upon the following articles:
I. A mutual defensive pact, one shall come to the aid of the other if preyed upon by agressors.
II. A tradeagreement to boost industrial development in both signatories.
III. Mexican entrepeneurs are allowed to hire American experts to stimulate know-how, buy American machinery and blueprints, all at market prices.
IV. Mexican talents, by educational programs paid for by the Mexican state, are allowed to study at American universities.
 The President of the United States of America, mr. Abraham Lincoln.
[X] The President of the Mexican United States, mr. Benito Juárez.