The Making of a Chicano Militant: Lessons from Cristal

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Price
$29.94
Publisher
University of Wisconsin Press
Publish Date
Pages
352
Dimensions
6.06 X 9.05 X 0.82 inches | 1.04 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780299159849

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About the Author

José Angel Gutiérrez is founder and former director of the Center for Mexican American Studies and associate professor of political science at the University of Texas at Arlington. He is also a lawyer with a practice in Dallas, Texas.

Reviews

"Long overdue, this memoir of one of the giants that led the powerful Chicano movement is provocative, insightful, and extremely revealing. His candid portrayal of his life as a militant activist is a major contribution to the study of Chicano politics."--Armando Navarro, author of "The Cristal Experiment: A Chicano Struggle for Community Control"

"One of the monumental narratives of the Chicano movement. . . . Gutierrez has had remarkable influence, not only on the Chicano social agenda, but on formation of minority political parties and the rise of local control over everyday life."--Genaro Padilla, professor of English, University of California, Berkeley and author of "My History, Not Yours"

"One of the monumental narratives of the Chicano movement. . . . Gutierrez has had remarkable influence, not only on the Chicano social agenda, but on formation of minority political parties and the rise of local control over everyday life." Genaro Padilla, professor of English, University of California, Berkeleyand author of "My History, Not Yours""

"Long overdue, this memoir of one of the giants that led the powerful Chicano movement is provocative, insightful, and extremely revealing. His candid portrayal of his life as a militant activist is a major contribution to the study of Chicano politics." Armando Navarro, author of "The Cristal Experiment: A Chicano Struggle for Community Control""

"One of the monumental narratives of the Chicano movement. . . . Gutierrez has had remarkable influence, not only on the Chicano social agenda, but on formation of minority political parties and the rise of local control over everyday life." Genaro Padilla, professor of English, University of California, Berkeleyand author of My History, Not Yours

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"Long overdue, this memoir of one of the giants that led the powerful Chicano movement is provocative, insightful, and extremely revealing. His candid portrayal of his life as a militant activist is a major contribution to the study of Chicano politics." Armando Navarro, author of The Cristal Experiment: A Chicano Struggle for Community Control

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