of the nation itself and as such is subject to the same pressures as are the other states. But the unique history and the pride of heritage found here among the Hispano people could be the raw materials for a true pluralism in the future--a pluralism which encompasses not just one ethnic minority but all variations on the theme of Hispanic America, as well as those non-Spanish groups which have also been involved in building the unique society of New Mexico.
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Publication information: Book title: The Spanish-Americans of New Mexico:A Heritage of Pride. Edition: Revised. Contributors: Nancie L. González - Author. Publisher: University of New Mexico Press. Place of publication: Albuquerque. Publication year: 1969. Page number: 195.
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