Strangers Among Us

Strangers Among Us

How Latino Immigration Is Transforming America

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Baker & Taylor
Beginning with the advent of Puerto Ricans in America in the fifties, a lucid evaluation of recent Latino immigration and its dramatic effects on America touches on such issues as bilingualism, assimilation, poverty, welfare, and ethnic consciousness. 15,000 first printing. Tour.

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The author, an American journalist who is himself the son of Latino immigrants, examines the history of Latino immigration to the US, the vast transformations it is producing in American society, and the challenges it will present for decades to come. He tells the stories of large Latino communities in a chronological narrative that starts with Puerto Rican migration to Harlem in the 1950s and continues through the migration of Central Americans to California in the 1990s. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

& Taylor

Evaluates recent Latino immigration and its effects on America, covering such issues as bilingualism, poverty, welfare, and assimilation

Publisher: New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 1998.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780679420927
Branch Call Number: 301.451 HISPANIC AMERICANS
Characteristics: viii, 349 p. ; 25 cm.


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