Smithsonian American Art Museum Making a New Life in the United StatesSmithsonian American Art Museum Making a New Life in the United States
Nicaraguans and Salvadorans. The stream of émigrés from the Dominican Republic and Central and South America into the United States continues to this day, with most of these Latinos settling in communities established by Mexican Americans
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Political Expression and Presidential AddressesPolitical Expression and Presidential Addresses
In your hands, my dissatisfied fellow countrymen, and not in mine, is the momentous issue of civil war. The government will not assail you You have no oath registered in Heaven to destroy the government
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Mexicans as Model Minorities in the New Latino DiasporaMexicans as Model Minorities in the New Latino Diaspora
Mexican immigrants as model minorities with respect to work and civic life, but not with respect to education. We trace how this stereotype is deployed
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Madeline Baer February, 2006 The Policy Design of Water Privatization in BoliviaMadeline Baer February, 2006 The Policy Design of Water Privatization in Bolivia
Latin American social movements are simultaneously pulling the state back into local communities and demanding a strong government role in the provision of services
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By william finneganBy william finnegan
The protesters had captured the central plaza, where thousands milled around a tiled fountain and the catafalque of Víctor Daza. Some of their leaders had been arrested and taken to a remote prison in the Amazon; others were in hiding
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A rainbow of Sisterhood: Women’s Workfare, Welfare and Poverty in the United StatesA rainbow of Sisterhood: Women’s Workfare, Welfare and Poverty in the United States
Women have been the most affected by this process, finding themselves with increasing responsibilities both inside and outside the house
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Philadelphia is a city known for many things. It is where the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776, and it was also the first capital of the United StatesPhiladelphia is a city known for many things. It is where the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776, and it was also the first capital of the United States
Philadelphia home. As a result of its success, the mural program created by Jane Golden has now become the nation’s largest public art program and a model for other cities throughout the country seeking to help troubled youth
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