More Ketchup than Salsa - Joe Cawley Reviews
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by - written on 30/10/12, updated on 30/10/12 (Very useful, 124 readings)
There's hardly a topic I did more often and more profoundly than emigration with my German students studying English at secondary grammar school. It ranges from the Pilgrim Fathers to the Irish Potato Famine to the Mexicans climbing over the fence into the US of A. The motives why people leave their home countries to settle somewhere else have always been the same. Either people are pushed out of their home countries because of unbearable living conditions or they're pulled by the promises of distant shores or they're simply adventurous. Often the motives are mixed. Let's look at the protagonists of More Ketchup Than Salsa (an extraordinarily silly title). ... Read the complete review
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