ASSIGNMENT ID
885553
SUBJECT AREA History
DOCUMENT TYPE Essay
CREATED ON 20th March 2019
COMPLETED ON 22nd March 2019
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Conflicts between United States and Guatemala ( migrants and corridor for illicit drugs)

deadline March 23, 2019 6 p.m Paper is supposed to be answered on the 6 questions based on the required documents 8 articles(resorces) (all the documents should be used) no outside resources. Times New Roman, 12 point Font, doubled space, properly cited in Chicago Style Formatting and has a Reference Page.
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