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Arguably few social phenomena are likely to impact the future character of American culture and society as much as the ongoing wave of "new immigration". This cross-disciplinary collection brings together 12 essays by scholars of the Mexican immigration to the United States. "Crossings" theorizes aspects of recent Mexican immigration that are new and that demarcate this wave of immigration from earlier experiences of the 20th century.
Harvard University Press
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