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Dear NACLA friends,
Thanks to readers' responses following Keane Bhatt's recent NACLA posts on The New Yorker's coverage of Venezuela, the magazine has amended two errors in two separate articles.
Each year, Francisco Morelos leaves the small community in Mexico’s Querétaro state, and enters the United States to seek work. Many like him dream of starting their own business and do so by laboring in the United States as undocumented workers and sending their earnings back home.
It's a busy month at NACLA!
President Hugo Chávez was larger than life, stirring hope and controversy while helping to change the political trajectory of Venezuela and Latin America. His death raises pressing and difficult questions: what will become of his political project at home? What are the prospects for regional integration in his wake? How will the United States respond to a post-Chávez landscape?