|Introduction: The New Hispanic Immigration||1|
|PART I. SETTING THE CONTEXT|
|Chapter 1. Intimate Strangers: Immigration to Queens||13|
|Chapter 2. Participation in the American Polity:
Why Citizenship Matters||35|
|Chapter 3. Explaining Participation: Why It Takes So Long
to Become a Citizen||49|
|PART II. THE COSTS OF CHOOSING|
|Chapter 4. Resistance from Outside: Machine Politics and the
(Non) Incorporation of Immigrants||69|
|Chapter 5. Resistance from Within: The Myth of Return and
the Community of Memory||91|
|PART III. LIMINAL POLITICS|
|Chapter 6. In-between Identities: Race and Ethnicity in the
|Chapter 7. The Politics of In-between: Avoiding Irreconcilable
Demands, Keeping Loyalties||124|
|PART IV. BREAKING THE IMPASSE|
|Chapter 8. Wanting It Both Ways: The Quest for Dual Citizenship||151|
|Chapter 9. Wanting In: Latin American Immigrant Women and the
Turn to Electoral Politics||169|
|PART V. CONCLUSION: THE NEW `AMERICANS|
|Chapter 10. Liminality and Democratic Citizenship||191|
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Book title: Between Two Nations: The Political Predicament of Latinos in New York City.
Contributors: Michael Jones-Correa - Author.
Publisher: Cornell University Press.
Place of publication: Ithaca, NY.
Publication year: 1998.
Page number: vii.
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