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speaking of how the modern curse of drinking puts children
“through a lot. Things go on in the household. That’s why the kids are
the way they are right now.”
The Papago Cafe serves no alcohol, part of an attempt to keep the
curse off the reservation. “They’re not licensed for liquor here, but we
have bootleggers a lot.”
Arleen Garcia also was concerned about her own future, as it related
to the cafe and her life. She began to speak in unexpectedly intimate
detail about her current circumstances and a decision about getting back
together with a certain man. It was