U.S. border agents stop Mexican immigrants crossing into United States, 1948 Neil Foley has written what I believe to be the first comprehensive history of Mexicans in U.S. history. It seems ridiculou
When that great study detailing the numbers of African-Americans lynched in the South came out last week, I noted that its weaknesses included that lynching was not confined to the South and that lots
I’ve been waiting for about 5 years for Cesar Chavez’s public reputation to face serious challenge. After Chavez’s death, he became a hero nearly on the level of Martin Luther King.