Public policy elites and the general U.S. public doubt the depth of Latino patriotism, suspecting Latinos of representing their homelands' interests over and above those of the U.S. Through a series of studies surveying Latinos throughout the U.S., this book demonstrates that Latino Americans are more like other Americans with respect to foreign policy than is popularly assumed.
Rodolfo O. de la Garza is vice-president of the Tomas Rivera Policy Institute and professor of political science at Columbia University. Harry P. Pachon is president of the Tomas Rivera Policy Institute and professor of political studies at Pitzer College and Claremont Graduate University.
Part 1 Latinos and the National Interest Chapter 2 Introduction Part 3 Latinos and Foreign Policymaking Chapter 4 Foreign Policy Perspectives of Hispanic Elites Chapter 5 Family Ties and Ethnic Lobbies Part 6 Home Country Responses to "Family Ties and Ethnic Lobbies" Chapter 7 The Exceptionality of Colombians Chapter 8 The Political Role of Dominicans Residing in th United States Chapter 9 El Salvador's Relations with Salvadoran Emigrants Chapter 10 Relations with the Mexican Diaspora Part 11 Latinos as an Ethnic Lobby: U.S. Perspectives Chapter 12 The Latino Foreign Policy Lobby Chapter 13 Bienvenidos: Latinos and Hemispheric Policy Part 14 Conclusion Chapter 15 Latinos and U.S. - Latin American Relations: Theoretical and Practical Implications
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