Hispanic Nation by Geoffrey E. Fox
Culture, Politics and the Constructing of Identity

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Explores the growing unity and rising influence of Spanish Americans on the nation's government and culture, covering such topics as the Spanish-language media, immigrant workers, Hispanic artists, and the problem of Fidel Castro.
 

About Geoffrey E. Fox

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Geoffrey Fox has written two books for young readers, "The Land and People of Venezuela" and "The Land and People of Argentina", as well as "Welcome to my Contri, " a collection of stories on relations between Anglo and Hispanic Americans. He lives near Detroit.
 
Published July 1, 1996 by Birch Lane Pr. 264 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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Among Hispanics in the United States, notes Fox, a new sense of group identity is emerging that allows Americans of Puerto Rican, Mexican, Honduran, Chilean and other Latino origins to feel they belong to a homogeneous, unified community.

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