The Chicanos: Mexican American Voices
Ed Ludwig, James Santibañez, James Santibanez, Ludwig Santibanez
Penguin Books, 1971 - American literature - 286 pages
Writings by and about Mexican Americans by Daniel Garza, Amado Muro, Durango Mendoza, Richard Dokey, Raymond Barrio, Luis Valdez, Cesar Chavez, Sister Mary Prudence Moylan, Ronald Arias, Jesus Ascension Arreola Jr., Manuel Aragon, James Santibanez, Antonio Gomez, Philip D. Ortega, Feliciano Rivera, Richard Vasquez, Reies Lopez Tijerina, Eliu Carranza, Albert Herrera, Roberto and Jose Aragon, Joan Baez, and Enrique Hank Lopez.
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