Mexican Americans: Leadership, Ideology & Identity, 1930-1960 (Yale Western Americana Series ; 36)Online Periodical or Article
A pioneering political and intellectual history of the Chicano leaders who emerged from the barrios of the Southwest between 1930 and 1960--Ignacio L. López, George I. Sanchez, Josefina Fierro de Bright, and others--and of their effort to capture first-class citizenship for Mexican Americans. Drawing extensively on archival material and oral history, Mario T. García discusses the key figures, organizations, and issues of the movement; in so doing he casts new light not only on Chicano history but also on the histories of American ethnicity and civil rights movements.
Publisher: Mason Crest Publishers
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