Coyotes: A Journey Through the Secret World of America's Illegal Aliens - In the Land of Avocados Summary & Analysis

Ted Conover
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In the Land of Avocados Summary and Analysis

Ted was aboard the White Arrow, a "glorified school bus" that served Queretaro, City, north of Mexico City. The area was very rural and Ted noted that the bus was fully loaded with people, feed, furniture and "even a casket" that the bus driver said did contain a body. The road was steep and brutal and the trip tedious because of it. Ted was headed to Ahuacatlan because he wanted to visit with the families of the men who traveled routinely to America. He said that he felt there was something missing from his research because of this gap. Ted was to stay with a friend of Lupe Sanchez. The father of the family was Hilario and his wife's name was Lupe. Lupe was thirty-three but looked older because of the difficult life...

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