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The film follows a group of such international tourists as they visit the mines in Potosi--the poorest city in the poorest nation in Latin America--where Bolivian miners work by hand, just as they did centuries ago, to extract silver from the earth. All core course components are taught on two days in the week (typically Tuesdays and Wednesdays) to allow part-time students to combine the course with a part-time job.

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Publisher: Ignatius Press (October 30, 2004)

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