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Perspectives in Mexican American Studies, Volume 3
Community, Identity and Education
By Juan R. García
210 pp. / 6.00 in x 9.00 in / 1992
Paper (978-0-9393-6303-2) [s]
Related Interest
  - Latina and Latino Studies

Contents Mexican Workers in Aurora, Illinois: The Oral History of Three Immigration Waves, 1924-1990, by Irene Campos Carr Divided, Yet a City: A Brief History of Aurora, Illnois, by Ralph Cintron The Quest for Power: Hispanic Collective Action in Frontier Arizona, by David L. Torres & Melissa Amado Power, Chicano Studies Discourse and Public Policy, by Francisco H. V\u00e1zquez Factors Related to Obesity in Mexican American School Children by Mary A. Alexander and Jacqueline Blank Sherman The Hispano Homeland Debate Revisited, by Sylvia Rodriquez Language Rights and the Mexican Americans: Much Ado About Nothing, by Roseann Due\u00f1as, Victoria F. Vasquez, & John Bichsel A Precursor to Affirmative Action: California and Mexicans in the University of California, 1870-72, by David J. Le\u00f3n & Dan McNeill A Grande Dame Stripped of Her Jewels, by June Webb-Vignery Chicanology: A Postmodern Analysis of Mexican American Discourse, by Francisco H. Vazquez

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