Creating a New Future by David Seidman
  

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Creating a New Future by David Seidman

The final volume in the Latino-American History series brings readers to the present day. Creating a New Future: 1986 to Present reflects the significant changes in the Latino experience in the United States. Legislation that resulted in an immigration pool no longer dominated by Europeans forced open the door for U.S. Latinos to become major players in business, government, entertainment and the arts, and professional sports. Yet even as the group grows to make up a sizeable percentage of the American population, quality of education, medical care, employment, and housing, among other concerns, continue to be issues.

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Format

Hardback
106 pages

Author

David Seidman
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Publisher

Chelsea House Publishers

Publication date

15th January 2007

ISBN

9780816064458


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