An awakening minority the Mexican Americans. by Manuel P. ServiМЃn

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Published by Glencoe Press in Beverley Hills, Calif .

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Earlier edition, 1970, entitled The Mexican Americans: an awakening minority.

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The Mexican-Americans: An Awakening Minority. Servin, Manuel P. An anthology, the book attempts to trace and analyze the various aspects of the life and society of the Mexican American. It is not a mere collection of previously published papers or articles but includes selections from 6 new historical studies by trained historians and graduate.

OCLC Number: Notes: Includes six new historical studies in addition to various previously published selections.

Second ed. published in under title: An awakened minority: The Mexican-Americans. The Mexican-Americans: An Awakening Minority [Manuel P. Servin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Selected studies trace the changing status and problems of Mexico-Americans in urban and rural societies since the Spanish Conquest.

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