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Stephanie Lewthwaite. Race, Place and Reform in Mexican Los Angeles. A Transnational Perspective, 1890–1940.

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Stephanie Lewthwaite’s Race, Place and Reform in Mexican Los Angeles is an interesting and thought provoking book focusing on the growth of the Mexican community within Los Angeles from 1890 to 1940. Thoroughly researched, the book is enhanced with interesting demographical and historical information that manage to call into question previous “assumptions about the linearity of reform and Americanization” (5). The problematization of such assumptions represents most definitely an important co...

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Place and Reform in Mexican Los Angeles. A Transnational Perspective, 1890–1940. », European journal of American studies [Online], Reviews 2012-1, document 13, Online since
  • Chrysavgi Papagianni
  • Stephanie Lewthwaite
  • Race
Chrysavgi Papagianni, « Stephanie Lewthwaite. Race, Place and Reform in Mexican Los Angeles. A Transnational Perspective, 1890–1940. », European journal of American studies [Online], Reviews 2012-1, document 13, Online since 26 April 2012, connection on 06 September 2016. URL : http:// ejas.revues.org/9834 ; DOI : 10.4000/ejas.9834