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The Mexican-American League

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Mexican American

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...al population Mexican Americans 34,586,088 (2013) 10.94% of th... ...ation Mexican Americans 34,586,088 (2013) 10.94% of the US pop... ... Languages Spanish, American English, Spanglish, and a minority of Indigenous Mexican languages... ... Spanish, American English, Spanglish, and a minority of Indigenous Mexican languages. Religion ... ... Hispanic and Latino Americans ... ... Argentine Americans Boli... ...ran Americans Mexican Americans ... ...ns History of Mexican Americans ... ... Mexican Americans (Spanish: mexicano-americanos or estadounidenses de orige...

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The Mexican-American League

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MexicanAmerican War

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... Clockwise from top left U.S. soldiers engaging the retreating Mexican force during the Battle of Resaca de la Palma, American victory at ... ...ging the retreating Mexican force during the Battle of Resaca de la Palma, American victory at Churubusco outside Mexico City, U.S. marines storming C... ...utside Mexico City, U.S. marines storming Chapultepec castle under a large American flag, Winfield Scott entering Plaza de la Constitución after the F... ... Result Decisive American victory ... ...alupe Hidalgo Mexican recognition of Texas (among other territories) as independent; End ... ... Return of slavery to former Mexican territories. ... ... changes Mexican Cession ... ... MexicanAmerican War ... ... MexicanAmerican War ...

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Longitudinal Follow Up of Preschool Intervention Program for Mexican-American Migrant Children in Primary Grades

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Mexican American bibliography

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...can bibliography. This list consists of books, and journal articles, about Mexican Americans, Chicanos, and their history and culture. The list includ... ...iography. This list consists of books, and journal articles, about Mexican Americans, Chicanos, and their history and culture. The list includes works... ...t includes works of literature whose subject matter is significantly about Mexican Americans and the Chicano/a experience. This list does not include ... ...es works of literature whose subject matter is significantly about Mexican Americans and the Chicano/a experience. This list does not include works by... ...mericans and the Chicano/a experience. This list does not include works by Mexican American writers which do not address the topic, such as science te... ... and the Chicano/a experience. This list does not include works by Mexican American writers which do not address the topic, such as science texts by M... ... American writers which do not address the topic, such as science texts by Mexican American writers. Content... ...n writers which do not address the topic, such as science texts by Mexican American writers. Contents ... ...em Publications, 1971. Chicano!: A History of the Mexican-American Civil Rights Movement García, Ign...

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The Mexican Border, Impact on Local Law Enforcement in the United States : Hearing before the Information, Justice, Transportation, And Agriculture Subcommittee of the Committee on Government Operations, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, First Session, November 9, 1993

By: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations. Information, Justice, Transportation, and Agriculture Subcommittee

...d Public Library.org LAW ENFORCEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES Title: THE MEXICAN BORDER-IMPACT ON LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES Author:... ...... ...ongressional Sales Office, Washington, DC 20402 ISBN 0-16-046071-9 \^ THE MEXICAN BORDER-IMPACT ON LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES Y 4, G ... ...ee, R. Michael, president, Immigration and Naturalization Service Council, American Federation of Government Employees, Local 2805 .... 130 Manriquez,... ...ee, R. Michael, president. Immigration and Naturalization Service Council, American Federation of Government Employees, Local 2805: Prepared statement... ... Bernardino, CA 164 Appendix 3.—Material submitted for the record 166 THE MEXICAN BORDER—IMPACT ON LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES TUESDAY... ...nment calls the "special" problem for law enforcement, which result when a Mexican national commits a crime, then flees to Mexico. The United States i... ...is country, this is why I urged all ten ofmy children, now nine, to become American citizens As American citizens, they would have rights and better o... ...he United States to stand trial for the crimes he chose to commit while on American soil. Instead, Ambassador George Montano stat- ed in his letter of...

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Mexican-American War

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Losing Ground against Drugs : The Erosion of America's Borders : Hearing before the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, One Hundred Fourth Congress, Second Session. July 31, 1996

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Indigenous Mexican American

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... Languages American English, Spanish, Mesoamerican languages ... ...ity, Mesoamerican religion Indigenous Mexican Americans or Mexican American Indians are American citizens who are... ...oamerican religion Indigenous Mexican Americans or Mexican American Indians are American citizens who are descend... ... Hispanic and Latino American groups ... ... North American ... ... Mexican ... ... Indigenous Mexican ... ...ple of indigenous peoples descent American people of Mexican descent American people of North American des... ... American people of North American descent Mexican American Native American people ...

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United States-Mexican border environment agreement : hearing before the Subcommittee on International Development, Finance, Trade, and Monetary Policy of the Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Con

By: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs. Subcommittee on Interational Development, Finance, Trade, and Monetary Policy
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Punjabi Mexican American

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... 1 Punjabi immigration 2 Mexican immigration 3 Intermarriage ... ...ended to work in gangs, and were called “Hindu crews”. Mexican immigration Almost one million Mexican immigrant... ... Mexican immigrants began entering America in the 1910s, shortly after the Mexican Revolution, with a large percentage arriving in families. A small n... ...farmed by Punjabi men. The Punjabi men are thought to have chosen women of Mexican ancestry for many reasons. Mexican women were accessible in souther... ...eas of the state most Punjabi men remained bachelors.. Mexican women, much like the women of Punjab, covered their heads and bodie... ...l culture. Mexicans and Punjabis shared an initially lower class status in American society.[1] Intermarriage P... ...rab world) Cherokee Freedmen Controversy (African-American Cherokees) Chindians (of mixed Chinese an... ...ancestry) Hapa (of commonly Native Hawaiian/Asian American descent) Irish Quebecers (French speaking... ...peaking Canadians of Irish descent) Métis (Native-American/English or French descent) Mestizo Americ...

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The North American Free Trade Agreement and Its Environmental Side Agreements : Hearing before the Committee on Environment and Public Works, United States Senate, One Hundred Third Congress, First Session, October 19, 1993

By: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Environment and Public Works

...S. Hrg. 103-329 THE NORTH AMERICAN FREE TRADE AGREEMENT AND ITS ENVIRONMENTAL SIDE AGREEMENTS Y 4,P 9... ...fice, Washington, DC 20402 ISBN 0-16-043359-2 S. Hrg. 103-329 THE NORTH AMERICAN FREE TRADE AGREEMENT AND ITS ENVIRONMENTAL SIDE AGREEMENTS Y 4.P 9... ... J., Partner, Vinson & Elkins 41 Prepared statement 103 (III) THE NORTH AMERICAN FREE TRADE AGREE- MENT AND ITS ENVIRONMENTAL SIDE AGREEMENTS TUESD... ... I regard the environmental side agreement as a landmark in the history of American trade agreements. It sets a permanent prece- dent for making envir... ...aching across the ,river to contaminate drinking water for Ameri- cans and Mexicans alike. That was my firsthand experience, and a GAO study found tha... ...vered that eight out of ten maquila- doras operate in blatant violation of Mexican environmental law. As things stand today, American taxpayers pay to... ...strial landscape literally littered with abandoned factories. Pres- ently, Mexican workers earn $2.17 an hour, in some areas even less than that. That... ...d companies, some of which came from my own community of Cleveland, employ Mexican workers who live in horrifying squalor. The streets are rife with g... ...trio of agreements offering important economic benefits for Americans, for Mexicans, and Canadians alike. I hear people talking about low wages. I hea...

Environmental degradation -- Mexican-American Border Region, Environmental law -- United States, Environmental law -- Mexico ; 04/06/94 at 15:34:57

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Mexican-American Education Council

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..., Texas area. Its principal goal was to achieve equitable access to public education for Mexican Americans in Texas. History ... ...area. Its principal goal was to achieve equitable access to public education for Mexican Americans in Texas. History ... ...istrict's racist integration orders. In protest, MAEC established "huelga" schools where Mexican American children could attend school while the conce... ...s racist integration orders. In protest, MAEC established "huelga" schools where Mexican American children could attend school while the concerns were... ... Chicana/o studies League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) Mexican Am... ... League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) ... .... 156-157 ^ Angela Valenzuela Subtractive Schooling: U.S.-Mexican Youth and the Politics of Caring (New York: State Uni... ... History of civil rights in the United States Mexican-American culture in Houston, Texas ... ... History of civil rights in the United States Mexican-American culture in Houston, Texas Mexi...

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Mexican-american Liberation, Document Mspscpcls Btn Cmp19

By: Michigan State University
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Mexican American Youth Organization

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...O) is a civil rights organization formed in 1967 in San Antonio, Texas, USA to fight for Mexican-American rights. The creators of MAYO, Los Cinco, con... ...civil rights organization formed in 1967 in San Antonio, Texas, USA to fight for Mexican-American rights. The creators of MAYO, Los Cinco, consisted o... ...cano movement in the United States, and played a role in bringing about civil rights for Mexican-Americans. ... ...ement in the United States, and played a role in bringing about civil rights for Mexican-Americans. Contents... ... Formation “MAYO was born in March 1967 in San Antonio, where Mexicanos, who constituted some 40 percent of the population,... ... School walkouts were a major part of MAYO’s approach to achieving equality for Mexican Americans. They staged walkouts at least 18 times. wh... ... School walkouts were a major part of MAYO’s approach to achieving equality for Mexican Americans. They staged walkouts at least 18 times. which help... ...ality for Mexican Americans. They staged walkouts at least 18 times. which helped enable Mexican Americans to take over seats on Texas school boards. ... ...r Mexican Americans. They staged walkouts at least 18 times. which helped enable Mexican Americans to take over seats on Texas school boards. The majo...

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Mexican-american Liberation, Document Mspscpcls Btn Cmp20

By: Michigan State University
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Mexican American Legislative Caucus

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...can American Legislative Caucus Hispanic and Latino Americans ... ...n groups Argentine Americans ... ... Argentine Americans Bolivian Americans ... ... Bolivian Americans Brazilian Americans ... ... Honduran Americans Mexican Americans ... ... History of Hispanic and Latino Americans History of Mexican Americans ... ... The Mexican American Legislative... ...urces 6 External links History The Mexican American Legislative... ...ican Legislative Caucus (MALC) was founded in 1973 in the Texas House of Representatives by a small group of lawmakers of Mexican American heritage fo...

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The Mexican American; A Paper Prepared for the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights

By: Rowan, Helen; United States Commission on Civil Rights

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE MEXICAN AMERICAN Author: Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature... ...ic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE MEXICAN AMERICAN Author: Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publis... ...A Paper Prepared for the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights— 1968 INTRODUCTION Mexican Americans are the second largest minority in the United States, n... ...Prepared for the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights— 1968 INTRODUCTION Mexican Americans are the second largest minority in the United States, numbering... ...rn States: Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas. As of i960, Mexican Americans constituted 11.8 percent of the total population of the... ...s: Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas. As of i960, Mexican Americans constituted 11.8 percent of the total population of the Southwe... ... 11.8 percent of the total population of the Southwest.* Heterogeneous Group Mexican Americans constitute a distinctive hut highly heterogeneous group... ...rcent of the total population of the Southwest.* Heterogeneous Group Mexican Americans constitute a distinctive hut highly heterogeneous group which i... ...or the break- down for the States probably is accurate as of 1968, since the Mexican American birth rate is higher than that of the general population...

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List of Mexican-American communities

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... This is a list of communities known for possessing a community or a large number of Mexican Americans. About 61 percent of Mexican American... ... This is a list of communities known for possessing a community or a large number of Mexican Americans. About 61 percent of Mexican Americans live i... ... namely California (36%) and Texas (25%).[1] According to the 2010 census, the distribution of Mexican Americans in the United States by region is: 51... ...California (36%) and Texas (25%).[1] According to the 2010 census, the distribution of Mexican Americans in the United States by region is: 51.8% live... ...t, 34.4% in the South, 10.9% in the Midwest, and 2.9% in the Northeast.[2] Mexican Americans are found in all 50 states. The numbe... ... in the South, 10.9% in the Midwest, and 2.9% in the Northeast.[2] Mexican Americans are found in all 50 states. The number of Mex... ...ound in all 50 states. The number of Mexican Americans has been increasing dramatically due to Mexican immigration in the late 20th century. ... ...Los Angeles (region) which became a Chicano community since the end of WWII, East L.A. was 65% Mexican-American in the 1970 US census reports, but has... ...les (region) which became a Chicano community since the end of WWII, East L.A. was 65% Mexican-American in the 1970 US census reports, but has dropped...

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Claim of the State of Texas : Letter from the Acting Secretary of War Transmitting a Report of the Result of an Investigation as to the Sums of Money Actually Expended by the State of Texas between 1855 and 1860, In Payment of State Volunteers, etc

By: United States. War Department

... the gov- ernor of Texas, in defense of the frontier of that State against Mexican marauders and Indian depredations, for which reimbursement has not ... ...R Money Actually Expended by that State in Defense OF THE Frontier Against Mexican Marauders and Indian Depredations. A proviso in the act of Congress... ... of the governor of Texas in defense of the frontier of that State against Mexican marauders and Indian depredations for which reimbursement has not b... ...xpended in the protection of the frontier of the State against Indians and Mexican marauders to March 5, 1861. Those records and papers relate to thre... ...f the governor of Texas, in defense of the fi-ontier of that State against Mexican marauders and Indian depre- dations, for which reimbursement has no...

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Traditionalist Mexican-American Catholic Church

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Oversight hearing on border drug interdiction : hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, United States Senate, One Hundred Third Congress, first session : special hearing

By: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Treasury, Postal Service, and General Government
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List of Mexican-American writers

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...The following is a list of Mexican-American writers. Content... ...The following is a list of Mexican-American writers. Contents ... ...ieces published in the United States & Canada since 2003. The son of a Mexican immigrant, Hernandez has taken his passion for automobiles and moto... ...racion (1973, 1995), Hechizospells (1976), and Amerikan Journeys::Jornadas Americanas (1994), among other titles.[4] Sa... ...y Over Time (2012); Hispanics in the U.S. Criminal Justice System: The New American Demography (2012); Capital Punishment and Latino Offenders: Racial... ... Teresa McKenna, "Chicano Literature", in Redefining American Literary History, Ed. A. LaVonne Brown Ruoff and Jerry W. Ward, ML... ... Chicano and Mexican American topics ... ...ericans Mexican American ... ... History of Mexican Americans ...

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Oversight Hearing on Border Drug Interdiction : Hearings before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, United States Senate, One Hundred Third Congress, First Session : Special Hearing

By: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Treasury, Postal Service, and General Government

... 58 Statement of Donna Hrinak, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Inter- American Affairs, Department ofState 63 Prepared statement 65 Statement ofF... ...ustoms, equipped with confiscated airplanes, was put into operation on the Mexican border. During the latter half of the 1960's, intelligence indicate... ...hreat has become a sophisticated, con- nected system, originating in South American source countries, transiting through CentraJ America and Mexico, a... ...ustoms, equipped with confiscated airplanes, was put into operation on the Mexican border. During the latter half of the 1960's, intelligence indicate... ...hreat has become a sophisticated "connected system" — originating in South American source countries; transiting through Central America and Mexico; a... ...es. Aerostats do provide a 24-hour airborne detection capability along the Mexican border and Caribbean smuggling routes. The combination of aerostats... ...ives. Aerostats provide a 24-hour, airborne detection capability along the Mexican bor- der and Caribbean smuggling routes. The combination of aerosta... ...re. Two, the Colombian smuggling organizations have joined forces with the Mexican Sonora drug traffickers. These Colombians have a very good working ... ...suit coming from the south. We have aircraft at Soto Cono, Honduras, at an American Air Force Base there, and also at Howard Air Force Base in Panama....

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Grammy Award for Best Mexican-American Performance

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United States-Mexican Border Environment Agreement : Hearing Before the Subcommittee on International Development, Finance, Trade, and Monetary Policy of the Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, First Session, October 27, 1993

By: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Banking, Finance,; Urban Affairs. Subcommittee on International Development, Finance, Trade,; Monetary Policy;

...United States-Mexican Border Environment Agreement : Hearing Before the Subcommittee on International Development, Finance, Trade, and Monetary Policy of the Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs, House of Representatives, One H...

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Battles of the MexicanAmerican War

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... The battles of the MexicanAmerican War include all major engagements and most reported skirmishes... ... which took place prior to the official start of hostilities. Background The MexicanAmerican War lasted from 1846 until 1848. It grew out of unres... ...ook place prior to the official start of hostilities. Background The MexicanAmerican War lasted from 1846 until 1848. It grew out of unresolved bo... ...tional territory to the United States. List of battles ;Key: :(A) – American Victory :(M) – Mexican Victory :(I) – Inconclusive... ...d States. List of battles ;Key: :(A) – American Victory :(M) – Mexican Victory :(I) – Inconclusive 1846 { Battle Date En... ...isputed borderlands of South Texas . (M) Siege of Fort Texas May 3–9 American forces withstand Mexican Army attacks. (A) Battle of Pal... ...th Texas . (M) Siege of Fort Texas May 3–9 American forces withstand Mexican Army attacks. (A) Battle of Palo Alto May 8 Mexican A... ...upy Matamoros, Tamaulipas, with no resistance. More than 300 sick and wounded Mexicans captured in the hospitals. Also abandoned were 5 spiked guns. ... ...os Angeles September 22–30 Led by Gen José María Flores, Californios and Mexicans retake Los Angeles. (M) Battle of Chino September 26–27 ...

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Soclollngljlstlc Analysis of Mexican-American Patterns of Non-Response to Census Questionnaires

By: Lucia Elias Oiivares

...HNOGRAPHIC EXPLORATORY RESEARCH REPORT #I 6 SOClOLlNGlJlSTlC ANALYSIS OF MEXICAN-AMERICAN PATTERNS OF NON-RESPONSE TO CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRES Final ... ...IC EXPLORATORY RESEARCH REPORT #I 6 SOClOLlNGlJlSTlC ANALYSIS OF MEXICAN-AMERICAN PATTERNS OF NON-RESPONSE TO CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRES Final Report f... ...Submitted by: Lucia Elias-Oiivares Marcia Farr Principal Investigators Mexican Origin-Language and Literacy Project Office of Social Science Rese... ...of this study was to explore the reasons for a potential undercount among Mexican-origin individuals due to a failure to answer or understand questi... ...lsen community area of Chicago (one of the two highest concentrations of Mexican-origin people in Chicago: the contiguous neighborhood of Little Vi... ...of this study was to explore the reasons for a potential undercount among Mexican-origin individuals due to a failure to answer or understand questi... ...ties of South Lawndale, known as Little Village, which had 51,218 Mexican Americans in 1980, and the Lower West Side community known as Pilsen, whic... ...sen has for several decades been a port-of-entry for Mexicans and Mexican-Americans (many of whom migrated from Texas). Prior to the 1880's, native ... ...mericans (many of whom migrated from Texas). Prior to the 1880's, native Americans and Irish and German immigrants worked in the industries located...

...Excerpt: The objective of this study was to explore the reasons for a potential undercount among Mexican-origin individuals due to a failure to answer or understand questions on U.S. Census forms. Sociolinguistic and ethnographic methodology were used to interview and observe 39 people, of which 29 were heads of househol...

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American propaganda in the MexicanAmerican War

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...The Mexican-American War was highly controversial in American history. It saw both strong advocates on behalf of and against the... ...of the intent behind them, showing the propaganda messages employed in the Mexican-American War by Americans who either supported or opposed the war. ... ...ntent behind them, showing the propaganda messages employed in the Mexican-American War by Americans who either supported or opposed the war. ... ... The problem of slavery would eventually be a major factor in the American Civil War, but in the immediate aftermath of the War of 1812 it be... ... which would result in Civil war in another 14 years from the start of the Mexican-American War. Pro-War Advocates ... ...ould result in Civil war in another 14 years from the start of the Mexican-American War. Pro-War Advocates Pro-... ... Thoreau’s Civil Disobedience is a prominent example of anti-Mexican War propaganda. Thoreau refused to pay a poll tax to vote because h... ...opaganda. Thoreau refused to pay a poll tax to vote because he opposed the Mexican-American War, and so spend time in jail. During his time there he w... ...abolitionist based. Some, such as the Anti-Slavery Bugle, claimed that the Mexican War was one of conquest,[3] others, like the Vermont Watchman and S...

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Ethnographic Exploratory Research Report #I 6 Sociolinguistic Analysis of Mexican-American Patterns of Non-Response to Census Questionnaires

By: Lucia Elias Oiivares

...HNOGRAPHIC EXPLORATORY RESEARCH REPORT #I 6 SOClOLlNGlJlSTlC ANALYSIS OF MEXICAN-AMERICAN PATTERNS OF NON-RESPONSE TO CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRES Final ... ...IC EXPLORATORY RESEARCH REPORT #I 6 SOClOLlNGlJlSTlC ANALYSIS OF MEXICAN-AMERICAN PATTERNS OF NON-RESPONSE TO CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRES Final Report f... ...Submitted by: Lucia Elias-Oiivares Marcia Farr Principal Investigators Mexican Origin-Language and Literacy Project Office of Social Science Rese... ...of this study was to explore the reasons for a potential undercount among Mexican-origin individuals due to a failure to answer or understand questi... ...lsen community area of Chicago (one of the two highest concentrations of Mexican-origin people in Chicago: the contiguous neighborhood of Little Vi... ...of this study was to explore the reasons for a potential undercount among Mexican-origin individuals due to a failure to answer or understand questi... ...ties of South Lawndale, known as Little Village, which had 51,218 Mexican Americans in 1980, and the Lower West Side community known as Pilsen, whic... ...sen has for several decades been a port-of-entry for Mexicans and Mexican-Americans (many of whom migrated from Texas). Prior to the 1880's, native ... ...mericans (many of whom migrated from Texas). Prior to the 1880's, native Americans and Irish and German immigrants worked in the industries located...

...Executive Summary: The objective of this study was to explore the reasons for a potential undercount among Mexican-origin individuals due to a failure to answer or understand questions on U.S. Census forms. Sociolinguistic and ethnographic methodology were used to interview and observe 39 people, of which 29 were heads of househol...

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National Mexican-American Anti-Defamation Committee

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... ^ ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE OF B'NAI B'RICH, Appellant,v.NATIONAL MEXICAN AMERICAN ANTI-DEFAMATION COMMITTEE, INC,, et al. - 510 F.2d 1246 - ... ... ^ ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE OF B'NAI B'RICH, Appellant,v.NATIONAL MEXICAN AMERICAN ANTI-DEFAMATION COMMITTEE, INC,, et al. - 510 F.2d 1246 - Justia U... ... Political advocacy groups in the United States Mexican-American organizations Antisemitism in the Un... ...litical advocacy groups in the United States Mexican-American organizations Antisemitism in the United Sta... ...n the United States The National Mexican-American Anti-Defamation Committee was a lobbying group which pushe... ...ited States The National Mexican-American Anti-Defamation Committee was a lobbying group which pushed Frito-... ... ^ ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE OF B'NAI B'RICH, Appellant,v.NATIONAL MEXICAN AMERICAN ANTI-DEFAMATION COMMITTEE, INC,, et al. - 510 F.2d 1246 - ... ... ^ ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE OF B'NAI B'RICH, Appellant,v.NATIONAL MEXICAN AMERICAN ANTI-DEFAMATION COMMITTEE, INC,, et al. - 510 F.2d 1246 - Justia U... ... Political advocacy groups in the United States Mexican-American organizations Antisemitism in the Un...

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Activist in the Labor Movement, The Democratic Party and the Mexican-American Community : Oral History Transcript/And Related Material, 1977-1980

By: Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office; Chall, Malca; Roybal, Edward Ross, 1916

...Women in politics -- United States ; Mexican American women -- California Interviews ; California -- Politics and government ; Los Angeles Community Service Organization ; Peace Corps. (U.S). National Advisory Council...

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List of Mexican-American political organizations

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... Among the various Mexican or Mexican-American political groups are: ... ... Among the various Mexican or Mexican-American political groups are: ... ...nted Latino officials. www.naleo.org Founded in 1973, the Mexican American Legislative Caucus (MALC) is a 501(c)(... ...ino officials. www.naleo.org Founded in 1973, the Mexican American Legislative Caucus (MALC) is a 501(c)(6) non-p... ...ion established in 1978. LULAC The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) is a political advocacy group... ...ving all Hispanic nationality groups in all regions". The Mexican American Political Association, founded in Fres... ... Hispanic nationality groups in all regions". The Mexican American Political Association, founded in Fresno, Cali... ...to the constitutional and democratic principle of political freedom and representation for the Mexican and Hispanic people of the United States of Ame... ...a Fuerza ("Unity Creates Strength"). The Comisión Femenil Mexicana Nacional (National Mexican Women's Commission,...

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Plos One : Waist Circumference Independently Associates with the Risk of Insulin Resistance and Type 2 Diabetes in Mexican American Families, Volume 8

By: Raffaella Buzzetti

...Description : Our results demonstrate the value of using WC as a screening tool of choice for future risk of T2D in Mexican American families. Also, WC is specifically associated with insulin resistant T2D....

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GOV.USCOURTS.TXSD.888974 : Mexican American Legislative Caucus, Texas House of Representatives v. State Of Texas et al [42:1973 Voting Rights Act]

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The Mexican American; A Paper Prepared for the U. S. Commission on Civil Rights

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