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Reviewed in the United States on September 29, 2018
Although I found a few things in this book interesting and worth noting (like learning English, assimilating to an extent and getting to know the country you live in). Overall, it is a book replete with the author's very heavy biases (on practically every issue he brings forth like culture, language and country). It also shows that he lacks any actual knowledge of "Chicano and Ethnic Studies" and how those classes function on the whole. He doesn't seem to understand that those classes are indeed "American" and that they do talk about the progress that has been made in this country. He claims that Chicano and Ethnic Studies professors at the University are racialists, separatists and anti-American that are obsessed with race when that's not the case. In reality,he is the one obsessed with race. In the book he mentions that he "misses the old world" where migrants used to say si señor or no señor. Gee, I wonder what he meant by that 😒🤔
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