Published October 2003
by Blackstone Audiobooks .
Written in English
|Contributions||Lloyd James (Narrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||150|
Fantastic book. Victor Davis Hanson shares in Mexifornia his personal, sometimes harrowing account of dealing with Hispanic illegal immigration principally from Mexico on his farm in Selma, CA - a small town in central California/5. The Left saw the book’s arguments and its title—Mexifornia was originally a term of approbation used by activists buoyed by California’s changing demography—as unduly harsh to newcomers from Mexico. The Right saw the book as long-overdue attention to a scandal ignored by the mainstream Republican Party. Editions for Mexifornia: A State of Becoming: (Paperback published in ), (Kindle Edition published in ), (Hardcover publish Cited by: Massive illegal immigration from Mexico into California, Victor Davis Hanson writes, "coupled with a loss of confidence in the old melting pot model of transforming newcomers into Americans, is changing the very nature of state. Yet we Californians have been inadequate in /5(11).
Mexifornia A State of Becoming. by Victor Davis Hanson. San Francisco Encounter Books. pages, $ California's gubernatorial recall election highlights a number of crucial issues facing the residents of our nation's most populated state: California's looming $billion budget deficit; a financially bloated and deteriorating educational system; a tripling of the state's car . Classicist and military historian Victor Davis Hanson’s extended essay and memoir, Mexifornia: A State of Becoming, has aged well since it’s publication in , when it was met with significant criticism from both the Left and the economic-libertarian Right, who, according to Hanson, accused him of being a racist, nativist, and grave concerns, related . Buy a cheap copy of Mexifornia: A State of Becoming book by Victor Davis Hanson. Free shipping over $Cited by: The central issue raised by Mexifornia is whether Mexican-Americans should be viewed as an ethnic group aspiring for assimilation or a racial group maintaining a separate identity. On this subject, no better book exists than Peter Skerry’s Mexican-Americans: The Ambivalent Minority (). On the basis of detailed empirical study, Skerry.
Like these books, "Mexifornia" is an intensely personal look at what has changed in California over the last quarter century. In this case, however, Hanson's focus is on how not only California, the Southwest, and indeed the entire nation has been affected by America's hemorrhaging borders and how those hurt worst are the Mexican immigrants Price: $ Buy Mexifornia: A State of Becoming Second by Hanson, Victor Davis (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low /5(). Massive illegal immigration from Mexico into California, Victor Davis Hanson writes, "coupled with a loss of confidence in the old melting pot model of transforming newcomers into Americans, is changing the very nature of state. Yet we Californians have been inadequate in meeting this challenge, both failing to control our borders with Mexico and to integrate the new alien 5/5(2). Instead, we are creating a unique regional culture that is neither Mexican nor American, but an amorphous, fluid society that is the dividend on our multicultural investment. This Calexico or Mexifornia will not be a bad thing at all but something, if not advantageous, at least inevitable.