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Antonio," Journal of Urban History, 28 (Jan., 2002); Katsuyuki Murata,
"The (Re)Shaping of Latino/Chicano Ethnicity Through the Inclu-
sion/Exclusion of Undocumented Immigrants: The Case of LULAC's
Ethno-Politics," American Studies International, 30 (June, 2001); and An-
thony Quiroz, "Class and Consensus: Twentieth-Century Mexican Ameri-
can Ideology in Victoria, Texas," Southwestern Historical Quarterly, 106
(July, 2002). Continued interest in the Chicano political movement of
the 196os and 1970 is evidenced in Armando Navarro's La Raza Unida
Party: A Chicano Challenge to the U.S. Two-Party Dictatorship (Philadelphia:
Temple University Press, 2oo0), which devotes three chapters to the
Texas RUP. At least one dissertation looked at the same era: Mark Sim6n
Rodriguez, "Obreros Unidos: Migration, Migrant Farm Workers Activism,
and the Chicano Movement in Wisconsin and Texas, 1950-1980" (Ph.D
diss., Northwestern University, 2000). Tejanos were among those studied
in Ramona Alaniz Houston, "African Americans, Mexican Americans,
and Anglo Americans and the Desegregation of Texas, 1946-1957"
(Ph.D. diss., University of Texas at Austin, 2000).
Scholars also researched West Texas, a region long neglected but
presently a demographically expanding Hispanic section of the state. Two
dissertations on that part of the state were: Maria Eva Flores, "The Good
Life the Hard Way: The Mexican American Community of Fort Stockton,
Texas, 1930-1945" (Ph.D. diss., Arizona State University, 2000), and
Manuel Bernardo Ramirez, "El Pasoans: Life and Society in Mexican El Pa-
so, 1920-1945" (Ph.D. diss., University of Mississippi, 2000). Articles on
West Texas were David E. Screws, "Hispanic Texas Rangers Contribute to
Peace on the Texas Frontier, 1838-1880," Journal of Big Bend Studies, 13
(2001 ), and Anita Torres-Smith and Donald E. Smith, "The Life and Times
of Valeriano Torres, 1844-1898," Journal of Big Bend Studies, 13 (200oo ).
The growing interest in biography was sustained by one significant dis-
sertation, one important book, and some articles. Respectively, these
were: Richard Ribb, "Jose Tomis Canales and the Texas Rangers: Myth,
Identity, and Power, 1900-1920o" (Ph.D. diss., University of Texas, 2001);
Ignacio M. Garcia, Hector P Garcia: In Relentless Pursuit of Justice (Houston:
Arte Publico Press, 2oo2); Julia Kirk Blackwelder, "Emma Tenayuca: Vi-
sion and Courage," in Ty Cashion and Jesus F. de la Teja (eds.), The Hu-
man Tradition in Texas (Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, 2001), as
well as Richard Ribb's spinoff article, "Patrician As Redeemer:Jos6 Tomis
Canales and the Salvation of South Texas, 1910-1919," in Journal of South
Texas, 14 (Fall, 2001).
Studies on miscellaneous topics augmenting the bibliography on Te-
jano history were Sonia Hernindez, "The Legacy of the Treaty of
Guadalupe Hidalgo on Tejanos' Land," Journal of Popular Culture, 35.2
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