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Treats the long history of the Mesoamerican region, as a pre-Hispanic, colonial and modern world, more fully than any other reference work. See articles "Aztlan" by Roberto Lint-Sagarena. p. 72-73, and "Chicanismo," by Jose. B. Cuellar. p. 180-183.
Also available in Credo Reference collection online. See the USC E-Resources. Contains information on issues such as academic achievement, Americanization, bilingual education, border crossing, higher education, reform and policy. Contains demographic tables.