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ERIC Number: ED054901
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 777
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The Mexican-American People: The Nation's Second Largest Minority.
Grebler, Leo; And Others
Based on over 4 years of research completed in 1968, this work "is the most comprehensive study to date" of the position of Mexican Americans in selected urban areas of 5 southwestern states (Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas). Ranging over historical, cultural, religious, and political perspectives, the class structure, the family, and the Mexican American in a changing social world, the analysis contains 7 parts: "The Setting,""Historical Perspective,""Socioeconomic Conditions: A Detailed Portrait,""The Individual in the Social System,""The Role of Churches,""Political Interaction," and "Summary and Conclusions." Included are appendices to various chapters; a 1593-item bibliography; 147 tables, charts, maps, and figures; and a subject index. (MJB)
La Causa Publications, P.O. Box 4818, Santa Barbara, California 93103 ($14.95)
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