Latino employment, labor organizations, and immigration /

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Other Authors: López, Antoinette Sedillo
Format: Book
Published: New York : Garland Pub., 1995
Series:Latinos in the United States ; v. 4
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Table of Contents:
  • Myth and reality: Chicano economic mobility in Los Angeles, 1850-1880 / Richard Griswold del Castillo
  • Responses to Mexican immigration, 1910-1930 / Ricardo Romo
  • The El Monte berry strike of 1933 / Ronald W. Lopez
  • Chicano participation in organized labor: the CIO in Los Angeles, 1938-1950. An extended research note / Luis Leobardo Arroyo
  • Chicano steel workers, and unionism in the Midwest, 1919-1945 / Francisco A. Rosales and Daniel T. Simon
  • Latinos and the AFL-CIO: the California Immigrant Workers Association as an important new development / Robert Lazo
  • Hispanic women in the United States: family and work relations / Rina Alcalay
  • Employment without liberation: Cuban women in the United States / Myra Marx Ferree
  • El inmigrante Latino: Latin American immigration and pan-ethnicity / Miguel Tinker Salas
  • The undocumented Mexican alien: a legal, social, and economic analysis / Guadalupe Salinas and Isaias D. Torres
  • The factory raid: an unconstitutional act? / Ellen Weis Aragon
  • Whatever happened to the Fourth Amendment?: undocumented immigrants' rights after INS v. Lopez-Mendoza and United States v. Verdugo-Urquidez / Victor C. Romero
  • Equal protection for undocumented aliens / Victor Manuel López
  • A profile of the citizenship process among Hispanics in the United States / Robert R. Alvarez
  • Rethinking exclusion--the rights of Cuban refugees facing indefinite detention in the United States / Richard A. Boswell