In The Shadow Of The MaquiladorasAna Arana
Hermilio Mata recalls picking up the lifeless body of his newborn daughter, Isabel, at the Matamoros Social Security Hospital in April, his mouth dry and his heart pounding. The small bundle was wrapped in a white sheet. "The doctor said she had no brain," he says, as his wife Faustina struggles to choke back her tears.
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