11 edition of The Chicanos: Mexican American voices. found in the catalog.
The Chicanos: Mexican American voices.
Bibliography: p. 281-286.
|Statement||Edited by Ed Ludwig and James Santibañez.|
|Contributions||Santibañez, James, 1931- joint comp.|
|LC Classifications||PS508.M4 L8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 286 p.|
|Number of Pages||286|
|LC Control Number||74029454|
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The Chicanos; Mexican American Voices. Ludwig, Edward W., Ed.; Santibanez, James, Ed. Articles, fiction, and poetry that form a picture of Chicano life today are presented in this anthology of writings about Mexican Americans.
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The treaty ending the war had assigned them full title to their property and made all who stayed American citizens. Luis Valdez, ‘El Teatro Campesino: Its Beginnings’, in Ed Ludwig and James Santibañez (eds.), The Chicanos: Mexican American Voices (Baltimore: Penguin Books, ), pp.
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