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When Mexican revolutionists, pursued, scamper across Mexico's northern border they land in Texas. But southbound fugitives emerge in Guatemala, which has a small outlet on the Atlantic, a large coastal line on the Pacific, and a stretch of mountainous country in between. South of Guatemala lies Salvador, which is a comparatively narrow strip of country along the Pacific, big Honduras shutting it off on the Caribbean side. In eastern Guatemala the principal product is bananas. In western Guatemala and throughout Salvador the principal product is coffee. A large percentage of the population of...

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