Mexifornia : a state of becoming /Material type: BookPublisher: San Francisco : Encounter Books, �2003Edition: 1st ed.Description: xvi, 150 pages ; 24 cm.ISBN: 1893554732; 9781893554733.Subject(s): Mexican Americans -- California -- Social conditions | Mexican Americans -- Government policy -- California | Immigrants -- Government policy -- California | California -- Emigration and immigration | Mexico -- Emigration and immigration | California -- Ethnic relations | California -- Social conditions | Popular culture -- California | Hanson, Victor Davis | Selma (Calif.) -- Biography | Mexicano-americanos -- California -- Condiciones sociales | Cultura popular -- California | California -- Condiciones sociales | Hanson, Victor Davis | Emigration and immigration | Ethnic relations | Immigrants -- Government policy | Mexican Americans -- Government policy | Mexican Americans -- Social conditions | Popular culture | Social conditions | California | California -- Selma | Mexico | Biography
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What is so different about Mexican immigration? -- The universe of the illegal alien -- The mind of the host -- The old simplicity that worked -- The new gods that failed -- The remedy of popular culture? -- Epilogue: Forks in the road.
Discusses the historical, political, and personal aspects regarding immigration policies for Mexico and how these policies are effecting Mexican immigrants, illegal aliens, and Californians.