Table of contents for Mexican Americans and World War II / edited by Maggie Rivas-Rodriguez.

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Contents
Preface
Introduction
	Maggie Rivas-Rodriguez
Chapter 1. The Five Sanchez Brothers in World War II: Remembrance and Discovery
	Rita Sanchez
Chapter 2. The Beating of Private Aguirre: A Story about West Texas during World War II
	David Montejano
Chapter 3. On the West Side: A Portrait of Lanier High School during World War II
	Julio Noboa
Chapter 4. Lost Momentum: World War II and the Education of Hispanos in New Mexico 
	Lynne Marie Getz
Chapter 5. The Mexican American Dream and World War II: A View from the Midwest 
	Dionício Valdés
Chapter 6. Zoot Violence on the Home Front: Race, Riots, and Youth Culture during World War II
	Luis Alvarez
Chapter 7. What a Difference a War Makes! 
	Maria Eva Flores
Chapter 8. Framing Racism: Newspaper Coverage of the Three Rivers Incident
	Maggie Rivas-Rodriguez
Chapter 9. Mexico's Wartime Intervention on Behalf of Mexicans in the United States: A Turning of Tables
	Emilio Zamora
Chapter 10. Rosita the Riveter: Welding Tradition with Wartime Transformations
	Naomi Quiñonez
Chapter 11. On the Nation's Periphery: Mexican Braceros and the Pacific Northwest Railroad Industry, 1943\-1946
	Erasmo Gamboa
Selected Readings
About the Writers
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Mexican Americans -- Social conditions -- 20th century.
United States -- Social conditions -- 1933-1945.
United States -- Race relations.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Social aspects -- United States.