by David Dorado Romo
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Spur Award (2006)
January 28, 2006 For decades, U.S. health authorities used noxious chemicals to delouse Mexicans at border crossings. A new book details violence that followed a 17-year-old Mexican maid's refusal to take a gasoline bath.
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