9781786633798
Anything But Mexican
Chicanos in Contemporary Los Angeles
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352 pages / April 1996 / 9781859840313

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Mexicans and other Latinos comprise 50 per cent of the population of Los Angeles and are the largest ethnic group in California. In this completely revised and updated edition of a classic political and social history, one of the foremost scholars of the Latino experience situates the US’s largest immigrant community in a time of anti-immigrant fervor. Originally published in 1996, this edition analyses the rise and rule of LA’s first ever Mexican American mayor, Antonio Villaraigosa, as well as the harsh pressures facing Chicanos in an increasingly unequal and gentrifying city. 

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