Table of contents for Latinos and Asians remaking the United States / edited by Nicholas De Genova.

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Contents
Acknowledgments 000
Introduction: Latino and Asian Racial Formations at the Frontiers of 
U.S. Nationalism
Nicholas De Genova 000
Part One: Racial Science, Social Control
1. Colonial Vision, Racial Visibility: Racializations in Puerto Rico 
and the Philippines during the Initial Period of U.S. Colonization
Gary Y. Okihiro 000
2. Inverting Racial Logic: How Public Health Discourse and Standards 
Racialized the Meanings of Japanese and Mexican in Los Angeles, 1910/
1924
Natalia Molina 000
3. Getting the Measure of Tomorrow: Chinese and Chicano Americas under 
the Racial Gaze, 1934/1935 and 1942/1944
Victor Jew 000
Part Two: Contradictions of Coalition
4. The Limits of Interracial Coalitions: Mendez v. Westminster 
Reexamined
Toni Robinson and Greg Robinson 000
5. The Political Significance of Race: Asian American and Latino 
Redistricting Debates in California and New York
Leland T. Saito 000
Part Three: Perils of Inclusion
6. Joining the State: Sexuality and Citizenship in Junot D¿az and 
Chang-rae Lee
Andrea Levine 000
7. The Passion: The Betrayals of Eli¿n Gonz¿lez and Wen Ho Lee
Crystal Parikh 000
Bibliography 000
Contributors 000
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Hispanic Americans -- Politics and government.
Asian Americans -- Politics and government.
Hispanic Americans -- Social conditions.
Asian Americans -- Social conditions.
United States -- Race relations.