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El Boleo: Santa Rosalía, Baja California Sur, 1885-1954: A town that refused to die

About the Author Born in Santa Rosalía, Dr. Juan Manuel Romero Gil is a professor and researcher, graduated from Mexico City’s Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Azcapotzalco. He completed a master’s degree in Economic and Social History at UNAM Iztapalapa and has a doctorate in history, obtained from the UNAM Faculty of Philosophy. In addition to dedicating
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The Ink of my Body

Based on a true story, the book takes the reader by the hand and explains that it all comes down to changing your thinking and, consequently, your actions. The narrative focuses on a child who loses his parents at an early age. As a result, he falls into criminal behavior, gets arrested and imprisoned, and
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