A Declining America and Its policy Toward Northeast Asia In the 21st Century
01 Jan 1920-Journal of International Relations (The East Asian Association Of International Studies (Eaais))-Vol. 11, Iss: 1, pp 155-176
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Abstract: Preamble In this article we show how the twentieth-century appearance of a Chicano minority population in the United States originated from the subordination of the nation of Mexico to U.S. economic and political interests. We argue that, far from being marginal to the course of modern U.S. history, the Chicano minority, an immigrant people, stands at the center both of that history and of a process of imperial expansionism that originated in the last three decades of the nineteenth century and that continues today.
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