Common Border, Uncommon Paths: Race, Culture, and National Identity in U.S.-Mexican Relations
Jaime E. Rodríguez O., Kathryn Vincent
Scholarly Resources, 1997 - History - 188 pages
This clearly written and informative book explores effects of race and culture factors in the US-Mexican relations.
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