Coyotes: A Journey Through the Secret World of America's Illegal Aliens - The Gringo and the Mexicano Summary & Analysis

Ted Conover
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The Gringo and the Mexicano Summary and Analysis

Ted Conover met up with a young Mexican boy named Alonso and the two men came up with a plan to cross the American border together. As the story opens, the two were in an old hut awaiting the arrival of "coyotes," men who will - for a price - help Alonso and Ted cross the border into the United States. Ted then recounted how he'd come to this point. He said that he had been waiting for a bus in San Luis Potosi, located in the central part of the country, when he'd first met Alonso. Alonso revealed that he'd cross the border the first time at fourteen and that he was on his way to Texas again. Over the course of their conversation, Alonso revealed that he believes "everything" in America...

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