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PART ONE INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEMW 1 The Prmacy of Politics 3 2 San Antonio: Getting Ahead and Getting Even 33 3. Los Angeles: Moving In, Out, and Up 59 4. Pradoxical Political Outcomes 91 PART TWO FOUR STYLES OF MEXICAN-AMERICAN POLITICS 5. Friends-and-Neighbors Politics and the Need for Organization 1 6 Obstacles to Organization Politics 175 7 Elite-Network Politics: The Clique and Its Challengers 217 S Protest Politics: Symbolism and Symbiosis 251 PART THREE THE NATIONAL PERSPECTIVE 9. The State of Mexican-American Opinion 275 10. Assimiation and Its Discontents 313 1. Newcomers in a New Nation 367