Table of contents for Migrant imaginaries : Latino cultural politics in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands / Alicia Schmidt Camacho.

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Acknowledgments ix
A Note on Language xiv
Introduction: Migrant Imaginaries 1
Section I. Border Crossers in Mexican American Cultural Politics 22
1. These People are Not Aliens: Transborder solidarity in the shadow of deportation 23
2. Migrant Modernisms: Racialized development under the Bracero Program 79
3. No Constitution for Us: Class racism and Cold War unionism 145
4. Bordered Civil Rights: Migrants, Feminism, and the Radical Imagination of El 
Movimiento Chicano 200
5. Tracking the New Migrants: Richard Rodriguez and Liberal Retrenchment 256
Section II. Border Crossings: Las Fronteras of New Social Conflict 313
6. Narrative Acts: Fronteriza stories of labor and subjectivity 314
7. Migrant Melancholia: Emergent narratives of the border crossing 377
Afterword: A trav¿s de la línea/ Across the line 418
Notes 423
Index 000
About the Author 492

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Mexican-American Border Region -- Emigration and immigration -- History -- 20th century.
Mexican Americans -- Mexican-American Border Region -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
Mexicans -- Mexican-American Border Region -- Politics and government -- 20th century.