1. Vargas, Labor Rights, 6.
2. M. T. Garcia, Mexican Americans, 20.
3. See M. T. Garcia, Memories of Chicano History, and Canales, Personal Recollections.
4. See Montejano, Anglos and Mexicans; Arnoldo De León, Mexican Americans in Texas: A Brief History, 2nd ed. (Wheeling, Ill.: Harlan Davidson, 1999); Rudolfo Acuña, Occupied America: A History of Chicanos (New York: Addison Wesley, 2003).
5. See especially Perales, Are We Good Neighbors?; see also Kibbe, Latin Americans in Texas, and Cletus, Chicano Workers.
6. Morin, Among the Valiant (1963).
7. Maggie Rivas-Rodriguez, ed., Mexican Americans and World War II (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2005).
8. See Vargas, Labor Rights, chap. 5. For other important studies, see Takaki, Double Victory, selected chapters; M. T. Garcia, “Americans All”; Campbell, “Madres y Esposas”; Marín, “Mexican Americans on the Home Front”; Santillán, “Rosita the Riveter”; Griswold del Castillo, “The Los Angeles 'Zoot Suit Riots' Revisited.” For a more complete listing of the published work on this topic, see the annotated bibliography in this book.
1. For a detailed discussion of stereotyping of Mexican immigrants in film, see David R. Maciel and María Rosa García-Acevedo, “The Celluloid Immigrant: The Narrative Films of Mexican Immigration,” in Culture across Borders: Mexican Immigration and Popular Culture, ed. David R. Maciel and María Herrera-Sobek (Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1998), 147–202.
2. George Gallup, “An Analysis of American Public Opinion Regarding the