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ISBN:
0841503214
Author:
Tony Castro
Language:
English
Publisher:
Saturday Review Press; 1st edition (1974)
Pages:
242 pages
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Tony Castro, then a reporter with the Dallas Morning News, in the dust jacket photo for ‘Chicano Power: The Emergence of Mexican-America

Tony Castro, then a reporter with the Dallas Morning News, in the dust jacket photo for ‘Chicano Power: The Emergence of Mexican-America. Then, to everyone’s surprise, the President turned around and marched to the back of the stage, sat down at the piano, and gave both the students and the horde of reporters travelling with him a view of Richard Nixon that is rarely seen.

With Chicano Power, author Tony Castro established himself as the leading historian of a remarkable period of American . Chicano Power tells the whole story of what in the 21st century has become America's largest ethnic group.

With Chicano Power, author Tony Castro established himself as the leading historian of a remarkable period of American Latino social, political and cultural change. Those, no less, are the words of the late Carlos Guerra, the activist who co-founded the 1960s Chicano movement in Texas, including La Raza Unida Party, and who later became a columnist writing about Latinos in his home state for the San Antonio Express- News.

TONY CASTRO is the author of three books, the most recent The Prince of South Waco: American Dreams and Great Expectations .

TONY CASTRO is the author of three books, the most recent The Prince of South Waco: American Dreams and Great Expectations, his rite of passage memoir about growing up Hispanic in Texas. His other two books are the civil rights history Chicano Power: The Emergence of Mexican America and the biography Mickey Mantle: America's Prodigal Son. A graduate of Baylor University, Castro was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard. He is currently working on a biography of Ernest Hemingway.

TONY CASTRO is a Harvard and Baylor University-educated historian, Napoleon Bonaparte scholar and the author of the landmark civil rights history "Chicano Power: The Emergence of Mexican America," which Publishers Weekly acclaimed as brillian. valuable contribution to th. . valuable contribution to the understanding of our time

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Mickey Mantle: America's Prodigal Son.

The Prince of South Waco: American Dreams and Great Expectations. Dimag & Mick: Sibling Rivals, Yankee Blood Brothers. Mickey Mantle: America's Prodigal Son. Tony Castro.

The history of Mexican Americans, Americans of Mexican descent, largely begins after the annexation of parts of Mexico in 1848, the nearly 80,000 individuals then living in the .

TONY CASTRO is a distinguished Harvard and Baylor University-educated historian, Napoleonic scholar and author of several books, including the landmark civil rights history 'Chicano Power: The Emergence of Mexican.

TONY CASTRO is a distinguished Harvard and Baylor University-educated historian, Napoleonic scholar and author of several books, including the landmark civil rights history 'Chicano Power: The Emergence of Mexican America,' which Publishers Weekly acclaimed as brillian. valuable contribution to the understanding of our time. Thank you for your support! January 04, 2020.

A page-turning political manifesto that fueled the Latino civil rights movement in America, Chicano Power: The Emergence of Mexican America was hailed by Publishers Weekly as "brilliant... a valuable contribution to the understanding of our time..." and became the literary benchmark in ethnic studies programs at colleges and universities in the country.