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For questions 22–24, refer to the passage below. Story of Rocco Corresca, an Italian immigrant, 1902: He [a labor boss] gave us very little money, and our clothes were some of those that were found on the street. . . . So we went away one day to Newark and got work on the street. . . . We paid a man five dollars each for getting us the work and we were with that boss for six months. . . . When the Newark boss told us that there was no more work Francisco and I talked about what we would do and we went back to Brooklyn to a saloon near Hamilton Ferry, where we got a job cleaning it out and

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    here is some hints 21. His economic situation was not good. 22. (list his work) 23. don't give up. Read through the passage (= good luck!

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