The Latino wave: how Hispanics are transforming politics in America

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With a population of 40 million and growing, the United States witnessed Latinos becoming the largest minority in America in 2003--creating a voting bloc with the potential to determine the outcome of elections throughout the nation.

In The Latino Wave, award-winning journalist Jorge Ramos argues that the political party that can correctly understand the wants and needs of Hispanics will triumph at the polls. Ramos deftly clarifies these points, among many others, and explains why it's necessary to bridge the gap of misunderstanding that exists between Latinos and non-Latinos.

With insight from the nation's Latino political luminaries and interviews with Hispanics living across the United States, Ramos reveals who these New Americans really are--and what it means for the country.

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subject_facet Hispanic Americans -- Cultural assimilation, Hispanic Americans -- Ethnic identity, Hispanic Americans -- Politics and government, Immigrants -- Political activity -- United States, Presidents -- United States -- Election -- 2004, United States -- Ethnic relations, United States -- Politics and government -- 1993-2001, United States -- Politics and government -- 2001-2009
title_display The Latino wave : how Hispanics are transforming politics in America
title_full The Latino wave : how Hispanics are transforming politics in America / Jorge Ramos ; translated from the Spanish by Ezra E. Fitz
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title_sub how Hispanics are transforming politics in America
topic_facet Cultural assimilation, Election, Ethnic identity, Ethnic relations, Hispanic Americans, Immigrants, Political activity, Politics and government, Presidents