The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 81, July 1977 - April, 1978 Page: 346
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Iden, The Review of Regional Studies (Spring, 1975). Notes geographi-
cal areas supplying highest earnings for migrants.
"Racial Discrimination and Occupational Attainment at the Turn of
the Century," by Edward Meeker and James Karu, Explorations in
Economic History (July, 1977). Studies effects of discrimination.
"Negro Urban Clusters in the Postbellum South," by John Kellogg,
The Geographical Review (July, 1977). Analyzes residential patterns.
"Civic Elites and Urban Planning: Houston's River Oaks," by Charles
Orson Cook and Barry J. Kaplan, East Texas Historical Journal (Vol.
15, No. 2). Studies development of elite residential section.
"Child or Beast?: White Texas' View of Blacks, 1900oo-1910," by Bruce
A. Glasrud, East Texas Historical Journal (Vol. 15, No. 2). Examines
two racial stereotypes.
"Cowboy Without a Cause: His Image in Today's Popular Music,"
by Marion J. Morton and William P. Conway, The Antioch Review
(Spring-Summer, 1977). Sees changing image as reflection of cultural
"Deportation: The Immigration Service and the Chicano Labor
Movement in the 1930os," by D. H. Dinwoodie, New Mexico Historical
Review (July, 1977). Considers impact of Immigration and Naturaliza-
tion Service activity on labor activism.
"Plantation Agriculture and the Urbanization of the South," by
Philip Groth, Rural Sociology (Summer, 1977). Criticizes several hy-
potheses which have been advanced to explain the rural character of
UNITED STATES-MEXICAN RELATIONS
"The Cactus Curtain," by Harry Hurt, III, Texas Monthly (August,
1977); "Illegal Immigration," by Otis L. Graham, Jr.; "Mexico-The
Special Case," The Center Magazine (July-August, 1977); "Illegal Ali-
ens: An Urban People Problem," by Peter Nye, Nation's Cities (July,
1977); "Labor Functions of Illegal Aliens," by Alejandro Portes, So-
ciety (September-October, 1977). Discuss illegal immigration.
"The Realities of U.S.-Mexican Relations," by Richard F. Fagen,
Foreign Affairs (July, 1977). Proposes future emphasis for U.S. policy.
"El Tigre Revisited," by Charles R. Garrett, II, Nuestro (August,
1977). Discusses Reies L6pez Tijerina and the pending payment by
Mexico to dispossessed land-grant heirs in Texas.
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