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World of Its Own by Garcia, Matthew
World of Its Own: Race, Labor and Citrus in the Making of Greater Los Angeles, 1900-1970
by Garcia, Matthew
 
In this social & cultural history of the segregated citrus-growing areas of Los Angeles County, California, Garcia shows how interethnic relations between Anglos & Latinos evolved over time & how the arts & community groups contributed to these changes.
 
Published January, 2002 by University of North Carolina Press, Hardcover, 352 Pages, ISBN: 9780807849835, ISBN-10: 0807849839, List Price $37.50.

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