Essay heading: A Day Without A Mexican

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August 18, 1998

 

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Yes sir, Jose!" Actually the most common name is not Jose. Of course people might think that Jose would be the most popular name since the Hispanic population is very high in California. One of the characters in the film says that, "90% of the crops in the State were picked by Mexican, undocumented workers, crossing the border?" Accurate statistics about the percentage of employers who hire migrant workers are hard to find because of the number of falsified documents used by those not authorized to work in the United States...
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Yes sir, Jose!" Actually the most common name is not Jose. Of course people might think that Jose would be the most popular name since the Hispanic population is very high in California. One of the characters in the film says that, "90% of the crops in the State were picked by Mexican, undocumented workers, crossing the border?" Accurate statistics about the percentage of employers who hire migrant workers are hard to find because of the number of falsified documents used by those not authorized to work in the United States...
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