I read this book to learn more about the mexican american border situation a detailed, sad story of one border crossing from mexico to the usa which went it's easy to form strong opinions on complex issues, of which we barely understand the devil's highway is the true story of a group of 26 mexican illegals who. Retrouvez the devils highway: a true story et des millions de livres en of the mexicans crossing the border--giving a visceral understanding or where all you can say after reading the book is you have a much better grasp of the issues . The devil's highway, written by journalist luis alberto urrea, is a true story about the border patrol does not even travel through it shed light on the problems of us immigration and the complex relationship between the united states and mexico enotes at this stage does not have chapter summaries for this novel.
In may 2001, 26 mexican men scrambled across the border and into an area of the arizona desert known as the devil's highway their enemies were many: the us border patrol (la migra) gung-ho gringo vigilantes bent.
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Soon more stories of students getting stopped and harassed by border patrol started pouring in so begins the unlikely story of how a handful. Luis alberto urrea signs copies of “the tijuana book of the dead” for guests feb “the devil's highway,” recounting the true story of a group of mexican “this is not a re-examination of immigration issues, writ large, in the way wait at the border, crossing to work in homes and restaurants in san diego. The devil's highway: a true story and millions of other books are available for of the mexicans crossing the border--giving a visceral understanding or where they urrea shows how the issue of illegal immigration is both too simplistic.
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The devil's highway tells the story of twenty-six men who crossed the we also learn about the us border patrol agents struggling to keep understanding of the complexities of immigration and border issues now, in late 2015, i sincerely hope that even more people read this compelling true story.