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Contents Acknowledgments Introduction Part 1 Constructing and Challenging Myths 1 The Latino Threat Narrative 2 Cultural Contradictions of Citizenship and Belonging 3 Latina Sexuality, Reproduction, and Fertility as Threats to the Nation 4 Latina Fertility and Reproduction Reconsidered Part 2 Media Spectacles and the Production of Neoliberal Citizen-Subjects 5 Organ Transplants and the Privileges of Citizenship 6 The Minuteman Project's Spectacle of Surveillance on the Arizona-Mexico Border 7 The Immigrant Marches of 2006 and the Struggle for Inclusion Epilogue Notes Bibliography Index
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Hispanic Americans -- Press coverage -- United States.
Mexican Americans -- Press coverage -- United States.
Immigrants -- Civil rights -- United States.
Citizenship -- United States.
Emigration and immigration law -- United States.
Prejudices in the press -- United States.