The dark, complex history of Trump’s model for his mass deportation plan

The dark, complex history of Trump’s model for his mass deportation plan

“One day, my father didn’t come home,” remembers Torres, who lived with his family in a mining camp in Arizona at the time. “My brother and I were left without a father. We never saw him again.”

Torres, 85, who went on to become a congressman representing the Pico Rivera area, was part of a generation of people whose lives were changed dramatically by large-scale deportation campaigns during the 1930s, ’40s and ’50s in which millions of Mexican nationals were rounded up and sent across the border on buses, trains and ships.   

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Guyanese Online Blog Entry #6000

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