Miles, Jack
October 1992
Atlantic (02769077);Oct92, Vol. 270 Issue 4, p41
Examines the economic competition between Latinos and African-Americans and its impact on the U.S. domestic and foreign immigration policies. Absence of any need to prove U.S. citizenship to avail of education or licenses in Los Angeles; Need of the Mexicans to come to terms with Central Americans in Los Angeles; Interpretation of the 1992 Los Angeles riot to be a repetition of the Watts 1965 black riot.


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