Most of the biggest ethnic groups in North America today were
established through large-scale immigration from Europe or Asia in the
19th and early 20th centuries. The Mexican-American community is
different. The bulk of Mexican immigration to the United States has taken
place over the past 50 years. And Mexicans continue arriving in large
numbers, both legally and illegally.
Today, immigration is a controversial subject on both sides of the
U.S.-Mexico border. This book examines the history of Mexican immigration
and gives an up-to-date look at the issues.
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