The emergence of Mexican America

recovering stories of Mexican peoplehood in U.S. culture by John-Michael Rivera

Publisher: New York University Press in New York, NY

Written in English
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StatementJohn-Michael Rivera.
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Paginationviii, 211 p. :
Number of Pages211
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ISBN 100814775586

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