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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Servín, Manuel P., 1920-
Beverly Hills, Glencoe Press 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Manuel P Servín
|Notes:||Includes six new historical studies in addition to various previously published selections.
Second ed. published in 1974 under title: An awakened minority: The Mexican-Americans.
|Description:||viii, 235 pages 22 cm.|
|Contents:||First meeting of the races in the Americas, by M. Mörner.--Race and regeneration, by D.T. Leary.--The borderlands are invaded, by C. McWilliams.--New York foundlings at Clifton-Morenci: social justice in Arizona Territory, 1904-1905, by R.A. Mulligan.--California Department of Social Welfare. Health, relief, and delinquency conditions among the Mexicans of California.--Repatriation and readjustment, by E.S. Bogardus.--Draftees and volunteers, by R. Morín.--The Sleepy Lagoon case and the grand jury investigation, by R.F. Scott.--The zoot-suit riots, by R.F. Scott.--The 1943 zoot-suit riots: brief episode in a long conflict, by P. Adler.--The post-World War II Mexican-American, 1925-1965: a non-achieving minority, by M.P. Servin.--The development of Mexican-American organizations, by K. Briegel.--Bracero politics: a special report.--Alianza Federal de Mercedes, by N.L. Gonzáles.--The modern Texas rangers: a law-enforcement dilemma in the Rio Grande Valley, by B.H. Procter.--Who is César Chávez? By E. Nelson.|
|Series Title:||Insight series (Beverly Hills, Calif.)|
|Responsibility:||[by] Manuel P. Servín.|