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Conversations Across Our America
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This collection of interviews conducted while the author traveled across the country demonstrates the complexity of Latino immigration by foregrounding the myriad voices of immigrants themselves.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. vii-viii
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  1. Acknowledgments
  2. pp. ix-xii
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  1. Introduction: The Latinoization of the U.S. and "Our" National Culture
  2. pp. 1-8
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  1. One. Leaving: Home is no Longer Home
  2. pp. 9-10
  1. Gloria Caballero
  2. pp. 11-15
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  1. Luis
  2. pp. 16-21
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  1. Guillermo Sánchez Vasa
  2. pp. 22-26
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  1. Fernando
  2. pp. 27-29
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  1. Two: The Crucible of Change and Adaptation
  2. pp. 30-31
  1. Adela Marmion
  2. pp. 32-45
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  1. Juan Marinez
  2. pp. 46-52
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  1. Guadalupe Quinn
  2. pp. 53-59
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  1. Victor Ochoa
  2. pp. 60-62
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  1. Magda Iriarte
  2. pp. 63-76
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  1. Mariano Espinoza and Alondra Kiawitl Espejel
  2. pp. 77-84
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  1. Three: An Emerging Sense of Mutuality: tú eres mi otro yo [you are my other me]
  2. pp. 85-87
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  1. John Jensen
  2. pp. 88-93
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  1. Peggy and John Stokman
  2. pp. 94-97
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  1. Ángel González
  2. pp. 98-105
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  1. José Elizondo
  2. pp. 106-113
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  1. Four: Confronting Threats to Community
  2. pp. 114-115
  1. Raúl Raymundo
  2. pp. 116-123
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  1. Rogelio Núñez
  2. pp. 124-130
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  1. Yolanda Chávez Leyva
  2. pp. 131-138
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  1. Cecilia Brennan
  2. pp. 139-142
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  1. Antonio Díaz, Oscar Grande, and Teresa Almaguer
  2. pp. 143-150
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  1. Five: Asserting Rights
  2. pp. 151-152
  1. José Ramón Sánchez
  2. pp. 153-162
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  1. Leticia Zavala
  2. pp. 163-170
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  1. Elizabeth García
  2. pp. 171-176
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  1. Paso del Norte Civil Rights Project Staff
  2. pp. 177-190
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  1. Mónica Hernández
  2. pp. 191-196
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  1. Enrique Morones
  2. pp. 197-207
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  1. Six: Internal Migration
  2. pp. 208-209
  1. Humberto Fuentes
  2. pp. 210-215
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  1. Efrain and Francisca Marinez
  2. pp. 216-222
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  1. Dina Montes
  2. pp. 223-228
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  1. Seven: Living in the Borderlands Means...
  2. pp. 229-230
  1. Lupe and Jesse Vega
  2. pp. 231-238
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  1. Carlos Marentes
  2. pp. 239-244
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  1. Verónica Carbajal
  2. pp. 245-253
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  1. Ernesto Portillo
  2. pp. 254-266
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  1. Manuel Vélez
  2. pp. 267-272
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  1. Conclusion: Nuestra América Ahora: Meditations on Latinoization, Citizenship, and Belonging
  2. pp. 273-280
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  1. Notes
  2. pp. 281-284
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  1. Glossary
  2. pp. 285-288
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  1. Bibliography
  2. pp. 289-290
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 291-299
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