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Unformatted text preview: Nick Andriola HISP200 section 0103 Assignment 3 The Milagro Beanfield War “Kyril Montana put his notebook away and stubbed out his cigarette. “I’m not sure. Maybe I’ll go up there. Study the town, talk a little.” Pg. 69 In the quote Kyril Montana, who is an undercover agent for the state police, states that he does not know what to do about the situation. This quote is not specifically about Kyril, but it’s more about what he says. Because he is not the only person that does not know what to make of the situation that Joe Mondragon has created. The Author is saying that sometimes small choices made by insignificant people, in respect to their economic contributions, can create such a large impact on everybody, from the general public, to the governor, to the law enforcement agencies. In my opinion, this could happen in real life. Choices made by people every day, affect everyone around them. If, for example, you decide to spit your gum into the trash can, instead of just spitting it on the ground, people would not have to deal with gum sticking to the bottoms of their...
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2010 for the course HISP hisp200 taught by Professor Wortham during the Spring '10 term at Maryland.
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