The Mexican American Experience in Texas: Citizenship, Segregation, and the Struggle for Equality


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Martha Menchaca begins with the Spanish settlement of Texas, exploring how Mexican Americans’ racial heritage limited their incorporation into society after the territory’s annexation. She then illustrates their political struggles in the nineteenth century as they tried to assert their legal rights of citizenship and retain possession of their land.

Published by The University of Texas Press. 2022. Hardcover.

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