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Race and class in the Southwest : a theory of racial inequality

Author: Mario Barrera
Publisher: Notre Dame : University of Notre Dame Press, ©1979.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Barrera, Mario.
Race and class in the Southwest.
Notre Dame : University of Notre Dame Press, ©1979
(OCoLC)656690388
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mario Barrera
ISBN: 0268016003 9780268016005 0268016011 9780268016012
OCLC Number: 4834659
Awards: American Political Science Association Ralph J. Bunche Award, 1980.
Description: x, 261 pages, 3 unnumbered leaves of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction --
The nineteenth century, Part I : conquest and dispossession --
The nineteenth century, Part II : the establishment of a colonial labor system --
From the turn of the century to the Great Depression --
The contemporary period --
The role of the state --
A theory of racial inequality.
Responsibility: Mario Barrera.

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"Thoroughly researched, well-written and persuasively argued, this book is a must for those who would fully understand the complex position of the Chicano in U.S. society." -- Choice

 
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