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ERIC Number: ED046560
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 235
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The Mexican-Americans: An Awakening Minority.
Servin, Manuel P.
An anthology, the book attempts to trace and analyze the various aspects of the life and society of the Mexican American. It is not a mere collection of previously published papers or articles but includes selections from 6 new historical studies by trained historians and graduate students from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. It is a compilation of brief interdisciplinary studies treating, in chronological order, the racial, cultural, educational, economic, and political development of the Mexican American in the United States. The table of contents lists 6 sections: "The Background of Mexican-American Discrimination,""The Hispanic and the American Southwest,""The Status of the Mexican-American Before World War II,""World War II and the Mexican-American,""The Post-War Years: Two Quiet Decades," and "The Mexican-American Awakens." (EJ)
Glencoe Press, Div. of Macmillan Co., 8701 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, California 90211 ($2.50 plus postage)
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