Coyotes: A Journey Through the Secret World of America's Illegal Aliens Themes

Ted Conover
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The Impact of Illegal Immigration

Ted set out to write the book with the idea that he wanted to know the impact of illegal immigration on society, both American society and Mexican society. He discovered some interesting facts, though he began his research by looking more closely at American society. He saw that many people hated the Mexicans. There were racial problems evident between blacks, whites and Mexicans. Ted tried on several occasions to get hired on where the Mexicans were working. Sometimes he was hired but more often he was denied. The employers who were hiring Mexicans didn't want Ted creating problems on their crews.

Ted then traveled to Mexico, where he learned about the impact of the immigration on the Mexicans. There he found that the men were important to their families and communities. They were fathers, sons and husbands, and their families were without them for...

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