Borderless Borders : U.S. Latinos, Latin Americans, and the Paradox of Interdependence.

Over the past several decades, Latinos in the United States have emerged as strategic actors in major processes of social transformation.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Bonilla, Frank
Other Authors: Meléndez, Edwin, Morales, Rebecca
Format: eBook
Published: Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 1998.
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Table of Contents:
  • Contents; Acknowledgments; Preface: Changing the Americas from Within the United States; 1 Dependence or Interdependence: Issues and Policy Choices Facing Latin Americans and Latinos; Part 1 Global Interdependence; 2 Interdependence, Inequality, and Identity: Linking Latinos and Latin Americans; 3 Trading Places: U.S. Latinos and Trade Liberalization in the Americas; 4 The Transnationalization of Immigration Policy; Part II The Reconfigured United States; 5 The Burden of Interdependence: Demographic, Economic, and Social Prospects for Latinos in the Reconfigured U.S. Economy.
  • 6 From Estrangement to Affinity: Dilemmas of Identity Among Hispanic Children7 The Economic Development of El Barrio; Part III The Politics and Identity of Diaspora; 8 1995
  • Terreno Peligroso/Danger Zone: Cultural Relations Between Chicanos and Mexicans at the End of the Century; 9 Visions of Dominicanness in the United States; 10 The Legacy of Conquest and Discovery: Meditations on Ethnicity, Race, and American Politics; 11 T.