Table of contents for No one is illegal : fighting racism and state violence on the U.S.-Mexico border / by Justin Akers Chacãaon and Mike Davis ; photographs by Juliãaan Cardona.

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Table of Contents:
Preface
Part I. What is a Vigilante Man? White Violence in California History
Introduction
1. Pinkertons, Klansmen, and Vigilantes 
2. White Savages 
3. Yellow Peril
4. "Swat a Jap"
5. The Anti-Filipino Riots
6. The IWW versus the KKK
7. In Dubious Battle
8. Thank the Vigilantes
9. The Zoot Suit Wars
10. Beating the UFW
11. The Last Vigilantes
Part II: Mexico: Caught in the Web of U.S. Empire
Introduction
12. Conquest Sets the Stage
13. Neoliberalism Consumes the "Mexican Miracle"
14. From the Maquiladoras to NAFTA: Profiting from Borders
Part II: Mexican Workers: the "Other" American Working Class
15. Mexican Workers to the Rescue
16. Segregated Workers: Class Struggle in the Fields
17. The Bracero Program: A Twentieth Century Caste System
18. Poverty in the Fields: Legacy of the Bracero Program
19. Immigrant Workers Continue to Build America
Part III: The War on Immigrants
20. Immigration Policy as a Means to Control Labor
21. The Race and Class Construction of Immigration Restrictions
22. Constructing the "Illegal": Racism and Mexican Labor
23. Immigration Double Standards
24. Militarizing the Border: Death Warrant for Migrant Workers
25. Inventing an Invisible Enemy: September 11 and the War on Immigrants
26. The Bipartisan Segregationists of Labor
27. The Right Wing Calls the Shots
28. Terrorists on the Border: The Minutemen Stalk Their Prey
Part IV: ÁQueremos un Mundo Sin Fronteras!
29. Human Rights Activists Confront the Far Right
30. Unions and Immigrant Workers
31. Making Borders History
32. A New Civil Rights Movement
Appendix 1. Why You Should Oppose the McCain-Kennedy Bill
Appendix 2. A Review of Immigration Proposals in Congress: From Bad to Worse
Notes

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Immigrants -- Civil rights -- United States.
United States -- Emigration and immigration -- Government policy.
Alien labor, Mexican -- United States -- Social conditions.
Mexican-American Border Region -- Emigration and immigration.