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It is very easy to die here

Rachel Nolan: Who killed the 43?, 4 April 2019

A Massacre in Mexico: The True Story behind the Missing 43 Students 
by Anabel Hernández, translated by John Washington.
Verso, 416 pp., £16.99, October 2018, 978 1 78873 148 5
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I Couldn’t Even Imagine that They Would Kill Us: An Oral History of the Attacks against the Students of Ayotzinapa 
by John Gibler.
City Lights, 264 pp., £12.99, December 2017, 978 0 87286 748 2
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... and ‘uncle’. Students are from poor, often indigenous families. One student cited by John Gibler in his valuable oral history of the massacre, said that ‘we don’t have any other options for study or pursuing a career, my small town is a bit more fucked-over than other places. I decided to come to this school, to study, to be ...

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