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  • Twenty years later, some 6,000 inhabitants from four cultural groups occupy the northern zone, and the accessible southern end now has a population of some 25,000 migrant ladino campesinos from the poor south of the country.

    Río Plátano Biosphere Reserve, Honduras

  • President Zedillo has spoken out against the abuses, and called attention to the fate of the mountain campesinos.

    After the storm

  • The official toll is 108 pesos one-way and then there are a couple of unofficial tolls solicited by 'campesinos' protesting the fact that the government has failed to reimburse them for 'ejido' land expropriated for the road and/or work done on the construction.

    Re-posting of Michoacan's Answer to Canc�n - Undoubtedly More Than Most People Want to Know About Pl

  • We are retired academicians and professionals and they are farmers, "campesinos", "peasants".

    Mutual aid and survival in the mountains of Oaxaca

  • These farms are concentrated on the country's best soil, while the "campesinos" (small farmers) are restricted to the eroded and rocky hillsides where they grow maize, sorghum, and beans.

    Chapter 7

  • The area is peopled by 'campesinos' and various groups of indigenous people such as the Na Savi, Me 'Phaa and Naua whose history predates the existence of the state of Mexico.

    Indymedia Ireland

  • Instead, Reed, in accord with his common man leanings, while on campaign, lived among the "grunts", Mexican campesinos who made up the bulk of Villa's forces.

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  • Consider spending part of a day getting away from the more traditional tourist sights, perhaps venturing into the hills and tiny communities, the inhabitants of which are predominantly campesinos.

    Traveling light to Oaxaca?

  • The govt. owns the mineral rights, but, of course the campesinos consider the land theirs.

    Mining companies in Oaxaca

  • If you import 20 million illiterate campesinos from Mexico and Guatemala, your per-capita GDP is going to go down, ceteris paribus.

    Matthew Yglesias » If High Taxes Led to Growth, the Most-Taxed Countries on Earth Would Be the Richest; Which They Are

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