The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 82, July 1978 - April, 1979 Page: 220
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"Tripping on Antiques: Travel Guide to the Washington County
Area," by Tessie Frug6 and Mary Uhrbrock, Houston Home d Garden
(Aug., 1978). Samples tourist highlights of Washington and Fayette
"La Villita," The Newsletter (Apr., 1978). Briefly describes the his-
tory and development of the community of La Villita in San Antonio.
UNITED STATES-MEXICAN RELATIONS
"Alien Migration: Mexican Workers in the United States and Euro-
pean 'Guest Workers,' " by Niles Hansen, Texas Business Review
(June, 1978). Compares alien labor in the United States with that in
Europe and calls for study of European problems.
"Counting Illegal Mexican Aliens: Myths and Misconceptions," by
Kenneth Roberts et al., Texas Business Review (June, 1978). Argues
that Carter administration is basing its assumptions dealing with illegal
aliens on incorrect information in that most aliens leave within the
same year as they arrive.
"La Campana Permanente: Mexico's Antidrug Campaign," by Rich-
ard B. Craig, Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs (May,
1978). Examines Mexico's drug problems and her attempts to eradicate
"The Plan of San Diego and the Mexican-United States War Crisis
of 1916: A Reexamination," by Charles H. Harris III and Louis R.
Sadler, Hispanic American Historical Review (Aug., 1978). Reassesses
the Plan of San Diego and recent historical interpretations.
"The Trouble with Texans: Manuel Alvarez and the 1841 'Inva-
sion,' " by Thomas Esteban Chavez, New Mexico Historical Review
(Apr., 1978). Describes problems of the United States representative
and citizens in New Mexico fanned by Texas invasion.
"Vida Nueva: A Reflection of Villista Diplomacy, 1914-1915," by
Necah S. Furman, New Mexico Historical Review (Apr., 1978). Dis-
cusses Villa's newspaper and its role in the revolution.
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