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The New Pilgrinternational Monetary System (Illegal Aliens) (Part III) #534516

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 19, 1984
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(Studio) Statistics related to illegal aliens in United States outlined.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(San Luis Rey, California) Econ., political, and soc. forces motivating illegal-immigration to United States from Latin America examined; films shown. [Guatamalian REFUGEE - describes army massacre of village.] Mexican Indian farmer Ernesto Santos' plight featured. [SANTOS - (thru translator) describes his migrant farm work in United States to support family in Mexico.] [Santos' FATHER - fears he'll never see other son who migrated to United States before he dies.] [Marcario TORRES - (thru translator) understands Indians' desire for better life in US.] [Anatolia BURGOA - (thru translator) acknowledges frequently being caught in United States and returned to Mexico; will continue crossing border illegally.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Hart, John

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