Burma, John H.
December 1963
Social Forces;Dec63, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p156
Academic Journal
Marriage license records of Los Angeles County were examined for the 1948-59 period for which data were available. Some 3,200 intermarriages were found. Negro-white and Filipino- white marriages were most common. Intermarriage rates at the end of the eleven year period were about triple the rates at the beginning of the period.


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