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Acuña, Rodolfo. Occupied America: A History of Chicanos. 3rd ed. New York: Harper,
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Adair, John, and Evon Vogt. ‘‘Navaho and Zuni Veterans: A Study of Contrasting
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Aguirre Beltrán, Gonzalo. La población negra de México: Estudio etnohistórico. Mexico
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Ahmad, Aijaz. ‘‘Politics, Literature, and Postcoloniality.’’ Race and Class 36, 3 (1995):
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Alarcón, Norma. ‘‘Anzaldúa’s Frontera: Inscribing Gynetics.’’ In Displacement, Dias-
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. ‘‘The Theoretical Subject(s) of This Bridge Called My Back and Anglo-Ameri-
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. ‘‘Chicana Feminism: In the Tracks of ‘The’ Native Woman.’’ Cultural Studies
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. ‘‘Chicanas Feminist Literature: A Re-vision Through Malintzin: Putting the
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Alcoff, Linda. ‘‘Cultural Feminism versus Poststructuralism: The Identity Crisis in
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