Table of contents for Racism on trial : the Chicano fight for justice / Ian F. Haney L‚opez.


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  Introduction                                       1

       Part One: Litigating Mexican Identity

1. The Chicano Movement Cases                       15
2. Proving Mexicans Exist                           41
3. The Mexican Race in East L.A.                    56

       Part Two: Common Sense and Legal Violence

4. Judges and Intentional Racism                    91
5. Race and Racism as Common Sense                 109
6. Law Enforcement and Legal Violence              134

       Part Three: The Chicano Race

7. The Chicano Movement and East L.A. Thirteen     157
8. From Young Citizens to Brown Berets             178
9. Inventing Chicanos                              205

  Epilogue                                         230





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Mexican Americans Civil rights California East Los Angeles History 20th century, Mexican Americans Race identity California East Los Angeles, Mexican Americans Legal status, laws, etc, California East Los Angeles History 20th century, Political activists Legal status, laws, etc, California East Los Angeles History 20th century, East Los Angeles (Calif, ) Trials, litigation, etc, Civil rights movements California East Los Angeles History 20th century, East Los Angeles (Calif, ) Race relations, Racism California East Los Angeles History 20th century, United States Race relations Case studies, Racism United States Case studies