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The Perennial American Deportation of Mexicans (part one)
San Francisco Bay Area Independent Media Center (Indybay) (2009)
  • Gil J. Villagran, San Jose State University
Abstract
The deportations of Mexican immigrants, Mexican-Americans, Americans of Mexican decent, and Mexican citizens of Mexican territory ceded to the Unites States by the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo, which ended Mexican-American War (1846-48), have been almost continuous, with mass deportation campaigns in 1848, 1915, 1929, and 1952. It continues today by Homeland Security's ICE raids. 
Publication Date
March 21, 2009
Citation Information
Gil J. Villagran. "The Perennial American Deportation of Mexicans (part one)" San Francisco Bay Area Independent Media Center (Indybay) (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/gil_villagran/32/