Latinos in the United States
Latinos in the United States
The Latinos in the United States series provides new monographs and collections that contribute to the knowledge of social, political, cultural, and economic experiences, status, and well-being of Latinos in Michigan, the Midwest, and the United States. The series makes a substantial contribution toward increasing our understanding of the diverse and common experiences of the various groups. The series embraces both established and emerging scholars from a broad range of disciplines, including but not limited to the social sciences, education, health, environment and natural resources, business, history, and cultural studies.

Series Editor: Rubén O. Martinez

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Manliness, Identity, and Survival of the Mexican American Vietnam Prisoners of War
Albert A. Peña Jr.
Dean of Chicano Politics
At the Core and in the Margins
Incorporation of Mexican Immigrants in Two Rural Midwestern Communities
The Chican@ Hip Hop Nation
Politics of a New Millennial Mestizaje
The Eagle Has Eyes
The FBI Surveillance of César Estrada Chávez of the United Farm Workers Union of America, 1965–1975
Latinos and the 2012 Election
The New Face of the American Voter
Latinos in the Midwest
A Study of Everyday Meanings in Hispano New Mexico
Tracking King Tiger
Reies López Tijerina and the FBI
Transforming Citizenship
Democracy, Membership, and Belonging in Latino Communities
U.S. Latinos and Criminal Injustice