During the first part of the 1990s, a considerable number of publications on the “Hispanic” or “Latino” experience emerged, but Juan Flores’ book, From Bomba to hip-hop is one of the few scholarly studies to reveal the complexities of Latino identity. In addition, it is a homage that constitutes one of the few pioneer pieces…

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MISHLER, Paul C. Raising Reds: The Young Pioneers, Radical Summer Camps, and Communist Political Culture in the United States. New York: Columbia University Press, 1999. 172p. Resenha de: GLASSFORD, Larry A. Canadian Social Studies, v.35, n.2, 2001. The author of this intriguing, though sloppily edited, little book is a self-proclaimed radical parent, himself raised by…

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STONE, Martin. The Agony of Algeria. New York: Columbia University Press, 1997. 274. Resenha de: LUDLOW, Basil. Canadian Social Studies, v.35, n.3, 2001. Stone’s objective in The Agony of Algeria is to introduce Algeria to English speaking readers who are unfamiliar with the country and to try to explain the complexity of this most fascinating of the…

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BENZ, Wolfgang. The Holocaust: A German Historian Examines the Genocide. New York: Columbia University Press, 1999. 186.p. Translator Jane Sydenham-Kwiet. Resenha de: TOTTEN, Samuel. Canadian Social Studies, v.35, n.3, 2001. In his foreword, Arthur Hertzberg asserts that Benz’s book is the first written by a German scholar of the younger generation to this story with…

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