Ethnic Groups and U.S. Foreign Policy

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allow themselves to be confined to Latin American issues, but will involve themselves in any and all aspects of U.S. foreign policy.


NOTES
1.
Rodolfo O. de la Garza, "Democratizing the Borderlands: The Changing Role of Mexican Americans in the Politics of the American Southwest," in Stanley Ross, coordinator, New Views Across the Border ( Tucson: University of Arizona Press, (unpublished paper); R. O. de la Garza and David Vaughn, "The Political Socialization of Chicano Elites: A Generational Approach," Social Science Quarterly, 65 # 2 ( June 1984); 290-307.
2.
National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials, 1984 National Roster of Hispanic Elected Officials ( Washington, D.C.: HALEO Education Fund, 1984), pp. iv-xvi.
3.
George Quester, "Foreign Policy," in Nationalizing Government: Public Policies in America, ed. Theodore J. Lowi and Alan Stone ( Beverly Hills, Calif: Sage, 1978), pp. 393-94; Barry Hughes, The Domestic Context of American Foreign Policy ( San Francisco: Freeman Press, 1978).
4.
John R. Lee, "Rallying Around the Flag: Foreign Policy Events and Presidential Popularity," Presidential Studies Quarterly 7 (Fall 1977): 252-56.
5.
Abdul Aziz Said, ed., Ethnicity and U.S. Foreign Policy ( New York: Praeger, 1977).
6.
Nathan Glazer and Daniel P. Moynihan, Beyond the Melting Pot ( Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1970).
7.
"Out of Touch: An Exchange," The New Republic, 2 December 1985, pp. 22-23.
8.
Gabriel A. Almond, The American People and Foreign Policy ( New York: Praeger, 1961), pp. 183-85.
9.
Herschelle Sullivan Challenor, "The Influence of Black Americans on U.S. Foreign Policy Toward Africa," in Said, ed., Ethnicity and U.S. Foreign Policy, p. 143.
10.
Examples of concern over Mexican-American political loyalties are discussed in Rodolfo O. de la Garza, "Chicanos and U. S. Foreign Policy: The Future of Chicano-Mexican Relations," Western Political Quarterly 33, no. 4 ( December 1980): 571-82 and Rodolfo O. de la Garza, "Chicanos as an Ethnic Lobby: Limits and Possibilities," in Chicano-Mexicano Relations, ed. Tatcho Mendiola and Max Martinez ( Houston: Mexican-American Studies, University of Houston, 1986), pp. 35-46.
11.
On one occasion some Mexican-Americans did manifest separatist sentiments and behavior. See Charles N. Harris and Louis R. Sadler, "The Plan of San Diego and the Mexican-United States War Crisis of 1916: A Reexamination," Hispanic American Historical Review 58, no. 3 ( August 1978): 381-408.
12.
Rodolfo Acuna, Occupied America: A History of Chicanos, 2nd ed. ( New York: Harper & Row, 1981).
13.
Rodolfo O. de la Garza, "Mexican Americans, Mexican Immigrants and Immigration Reform," in Clamor at the Gates: The New American Immigration, ed. Nathan Glazer ( San Francisco: Institute for Contemporary Studies, 1986), pp. 93-105.

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