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Part 1 Introduction Chapter 2 1. Adobe Chapter 3 2. La Siesta Chapter 4 3. My Father's Construction Boots Chapter 5 4. Basketball Chapter 6 5. The Coca Cola Patch Chapter 7 6. The Bedroom Chapter 8 7. Roommates Chapter 9 8. Louie's White Monte Carlo Chapter 10 9. My Mother Will Never Own a Home Chapter 11 10. Why My Brother Will Never Own a Home Chapter 12 11. Birkenstocks Are Fancy Huaraches Chapter 13 12. Mother's Day, May 10th Chapter 14 13. Pericos Chapter 15 14. Bullfights Chapter 16 15. Peleas de Gallos (Cockfighting) Chapter 17 16. Reuben de Jesus Chapter 18 17. A Day Crossing the Border Chapter 19 18. Acting Names Chapter 20 19. Tengo Coco Chapter 21 20. Miami, Arizona Chapter 22 21. Brandon y Bebo Part 23 Acknowledgements

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Julian Segura Camacho is a Lecturer in Chicano Studies at California State University, Long Beach. He holds M.A.'s in Latin American Studies and Urban Planning from the University of California, Los Angeles and is the author of the Chicano Treatise from the University Press of America.

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As a native Angelino, Julian Camacho is not afraid to shine light on the current political and social issues affecting Mexicans north of the U.S.-Mexico border. Based on his life experience, Camacho dares to analyze and criticize the negative factors that continue to hinder Mexicans in the United States. Camacho's work reveals how discrimination and repression continue to affect Mexicans in Los Angeles. Camacho's dark picture of what the future holds will provoke readers to question their own identity and agency in America. -- Marcos A. Ramos, Undergraduate Advisor for the College of Letters and Science, University of California, Berkeley
A toda madre. -- Abel Amaya, professor, Chicano Studies, California State University, Fullerton
The strength of [Camacho's] work is that it is raw, courageous, and personal. -- Jose Mungaray, Professor of Chicano Studies, Mission College

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