Table of contents for Fluid borders : Latino power, identity, and politics in Los Angeles / Lisa Garcia Bedolla.


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Acknowledgments

1. Latino Political Engagement: The Intersection of Power, Identity(ies), and Place
2. Legacies of Conquest: Latinos in California and Los Angeles
3. A Thin Line between Love and Hate: Language, Social Stigma, and Intragroup Relations
4. Why Vote? Race, Identity(ies), and Politics
5. Community Problems, Collective Solutions: Latinos and Nonelectoral Participation
Conclusion. Fluid Borders: Latinos, Race, and American Politics
Appendix A: Study Respondents
Appendix B: Interview Questionnaire

Notes
Bibliography
Index


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Hispanic Americans -- California -- Los Angeles -- Interviews.
Working class -- California -- Los Angeles -- Interviews.
Hispanic Americans -- California -- Los Angeles -- Politics and government.
Hispanic Americans -- California -- Los Angeles -- Ethnic identity.
Hispanic Americans -- California -- Los Angeles -- Social conditions.
Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Politics and government.
Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Social conditions.
Social classes -- California -- Los Angeles.
Power (Social sciences) -- California -- Los Angeles.