Apple Pie & Enchiladas: Latino Newcomers in the Rural Midwest

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INDEX
Actionlines, 209
Adrian, Michigan, 47
African Americans, 86, 107, 108, 112–115, 161, 178
Age distribution. See Population
Aging. See Population
Agriculture: and Anglo stereotypes of Latinos, 27; in California, 10–11; and economics, 47; employment in, 1, 30, 32–33, 34, 35, 37, 40, 55, 69–70; and European immigrants, 29; and global competition, 144, 145; and housing, 41, 45; and Latino migration to rural Midwest, 29, 32, 56, 212; and Latino population, 58, 64; and Mexican emigration, 56; and public policy, 119, 121; restructuring of, 50; and working conditions, 39, 40. See also Farms and farming
Agro-industrial plants, 47
Aguilera, Michael Bernabé, 57
Ainsley, Ricardo, 193
Alarcón, Rafael, 29, 32, 33, 34
Allensworth, Elaine M., 10, 11, 48, 62, 145, 148, 222, 233
Alvarez, R. Michael, 39
Amato, Joseph A., 48, 49, 50, 51
American dream, 8, 17, 221
Amish: communities of, 94–97, 163; and factories, 75, 79, 91, 97; in Ligonier, 75, 76, 78, 79; population growth of, 95–96; and population of rural Midwest, 86
Anderson, Robert Mapes, 241n.6
Anglos: and age distribution, 68, 73, 215–216; and Anglo/Latino separation, 87–98; attitudes toward food processing, 137–142, 146; attitudes toward Latino immigrants, 62, 103, 118, 204–205, 212; attitudes toward welfare, 5, 11, 25, 31, 104, 113–114, 120–121, 122, 126, 137, 148, 204, 214, 215; diversity among, 87; divisions among, 2–3, 5, 21, 147; and higher-level positions, 37; and Latino culture, 1–2; and Latino newcomers, 3–4, 5, 104–105, 123, 204; and local Latino history, 104, 117–118; as long-term residents, 2–3, 5, 39, 53, 82, 104; as low-income residents, 121, 147; and politics, 196–203; and racism, 12–14, 102–104, 105, 106, 110, 123, 148, 189, 231; and terminology, 18–19; as Texas settlers, 28
Anglo stereotypes of Latinos: and agriculture, 27; challenges to, 82; and community problem solving efforts, 3; and education, 213; and immigration status, 39, 104; and lack of personal knowledge, 123; and Latinos’ incorporation into community, 40; and Latinos’ occupational status, 69, 73, 115; and Latinos’ work ethic, 9, 24–25, 119; and migrant farmworkers, 118; and passivity, 178; and poverty, 6, 73, 114, 204; and taxes, 159, 160; and ten myths about Latinos, 22–25; and welfare benefits, 5, 25, 104, 120–121, 122, 204, 214, 215
Aponte, Robert, 26, 27, 37, 38–39, 48, 59, 83
Appalachian migration, 76, 79, 174, 202
Apple pie, symbol of, 1, 2–4
Asian Americans, 86, 108
Asian immigrants, 49, 56
Assemblies of God, 172, 178
Assimilation: myth of Latinos refusing, 24; and politics, 199, 200–201; and racism, 104, 159; and religion, 184, 192–193, 199
Austin, Moses, 28
Austin, Stephen F., 28

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