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Reviews "A fascinating and beautifully argued interpretation of how the American war in Southeast Asia affected Chicano communities. The author provides the most complete and well-documented study to date of this important chapter in U.

Raza Si, Guerra No: Chicano Protest and Patriotism during the Viet Nam War Era by Lorena Oropeza

Oropeza's book is what students of the Chicano Movement, especially the Mexican American role in antiwar activities during the Vietnam War period, have been waiting for. Maintaining a balance between national context and the activism in the every day, Lorena Oropeza seeks to understand and contextualize antiwar activism among a generation of Mexican American youth.


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Bolstered with an array of archival sources and oral interviews, she carefully delineates the nature of political organizing among Mexican Americans across the Southwest. On a deeper level, the book considers larger themes of American nationalism and citizenship and the role of minorities in the military service, themes that remain pertinent today. Lorena Oropeza's exploration of the evolution, political trajectory, and eventual implosion of the Chicano campaign against the war in Viet Nam encompasses a fascinating meditation on Mexican Americans' political and cultural orientations, loyalties, and sense of status and place in American society.

The author provides the most complete and well-documented study to date of this important chapter in U. Oropeza's book is what students of the Chicano Movement, especially the Mexican American role in antiwar activities during the Vietnam War period, have been waiting for.

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A history of Chicanos Vs Vietnam War is a must-read

Jan 07, Esther rated it really liked it. Engaging and informative. Nov 19, Christina rated it liked it Shelves: textbooks. This book gives interesting look at the different view points of the Chicano Movement within the culture. Also, it discusses the Viet Nam war and its relation to Chicano activism.

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I thought it was a nice touch to devote a full chapter to the Laguna park protest and the events leading up to it. My only complaint was the littering of poorly written sentences. It made for a frustrating read that had me on decoding duty every few sub-chapters. Jun 18, Kathleen rated it really liked it. It has the appearance of an academic volume, but it makes excellent use of personal stories to paint a pretty good picture of the complex relationship of war, citizenship, and racism for Chicanos in the 20th century.

Maybe if you're not Chicana it doesn't have the same effect, but I see different parts of my family and community in this and so far I find it riveting and informative. May 13, Brandon Milton rated it really liked it.