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The Latino Law

"The role of Latinos in American society is growing inexorably, with big political implications for the future." The Economist reports on the Hispanicisation of America from the southwest.

“The intertwined history of America and Mexico and their common border make Hispanics a somewhat different demographic group than, say, Irish or Italian immigrants used to be. On the one hand, many Latinos are not only citizens but have deeper roots in what is now America than many Anglos do. Leticia Van de Putte, a Texas state senator from San Antonio with relatives on both sides of the border, points out that ‘our family was there when it was Spain, when it was France, when it was Mexico, the Republic of Texas, the United States, the Confederacy. Our family‚Äôs always been in the same place; it was the damn government that kept changing.'”


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