Testimonio: A Documentary History of the Mexican American Struggle for Civil Rights
Beginning with the early 1800s and extending up to the modern era, Rosales collects illuminating documents that shed light on the Mexican-American quest for life, liberty, and justice. Documents include petitions, correspondence, government reports, political proclamations, newspaper items, congressional testimony, memoirs, and even international treaties.
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NineteenthCentury Mexicans in the Southwest and Civil Rights
The Mexican Revolution as a Source of Conflict
World War I and Massive Immigration in the 1920s
Mexican Government and El México de Afuera
Mexican American Mobilization
Defense in the Workplace
Farm Worker Organizers and Land Grant
Chicanismo Youth and La Raza Unida Party