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Contents Acknowledgments Introduction 1. The Economic Conquest and Its Social Relations 2. American Writers Invade Mexico 3. The Imperial Burden: The Mexican Problem and Americanization 4. The Peaceful Conquest and Mexican Migration within Mexico and to the United States 5. The Transnational Mexican Problem 6. Empire, Domestic Policy, and the Education of Mexican Immigrants Conclusion Notes Bibliography Index Photographs follow page 000.
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United States Relations Mexico Historiography, Mexico Relations United States Historiography, Imperialism in literature, United States Foreign economic relations Mexico, Mexico Foreign economic relations United States, Mexican Americans Social conditions, Mexican Americans Education, Mexicans Migrations, Immigrants United States Social conditions