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Patria Nuestra que est s en los sue os

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Hacia un Desarrollo Sostenible del Sistema de Producci n Consumo de los Hongos Comestibles y Medicinales en Latinoam rica Avances y Perspectivas en el Siglo XXI

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A unique book dealing with all aspects of the production-consumption system of edible, functional, and medicinal mushrooms in Latin American countries, covering basic, applied and socioeconomic research, as well as commercial experiences on a large and small scale. The increasing potential of mushrooms in this region of enormous cultural, biological, and ecological diversity is discussed in 31 chapters. Relevant experiences from other regions worldwide were selected for discussion. English abstracts are included in every chapter.


Usos y abusos de la religi n

Author: Juan Luis Recio Adrados
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Cr nicas Heridas Abiertas Memorias De Un Apropiador

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La Medalla de San Sim n

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La hereja de seguir a jesus

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Rows of Memory

Author: Saul Sanchez
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Every year from April to October, the Sánchez family traveled—crowded in the back of trucks, camping in converted barns, tending and harvesting crops across the breadth of the United States. Although hoeing sugar beets with a short hoe was their specialty, they also picked oranges in California, apples in Washington, cucumbers in Michigan, onions and potatoes in Wisconsin, and tomatoes in Iowa. Winters they returned home to the Winter Garden region of South Texas. In 1951, Saúl Sánchez began to contribute to his family’s survival by helping to weed onions in Wind Lake, Wisconsin. He was eight years old. Rows of Memory tells his story and the story of his family and other migrant farm laborers like them, people who endured dangerous, dirty conditions and low pay, surviving because they took care of each other. Facing racism both on the road and at home, they lived a largely segregated life only occasionally breached by friendly employers. Despite starting school late and leaving early every year and having to learn English on the fly, young Saúl succeeded academically. At the same time that Mexican Americans in South Texas upended the Anglo-dominated social order by voting their own leaders into local government, he upended his family’s order by deciding to go to college. Like many migrant children, he knew that his decision to pursue an education meant he would no longer be able to help feed and clothe the rest of his family. Nevertheless, with his parents’ support, he went to college, graduating in 1967 and, after a final display of his skill with a short hoe for his new friends, abandoned migrant labor for teaching. In looking back at his youth, Sánchez invites us to appreciate the largely unrecognized and poorly rewarded strength and skill of the laborers who harvest the fruits and vegetables we eat. A first-person portrait of life on the bottom rung of the food system, this coming-of-age tale illuminates both the history of Latinos in the United States and the human consequences of industrial agriculture.


Revista canadiense de estudios hisp nicos

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Revista de la Sociedad Cubana de Ingenieros

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Beginning with v. 28, includes Publicaciones del Congreso Nacional de Ingeniería, 1st- 1965-


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