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  • He speaks at rallies, poses as a celebrity to a following of young "chicanos" who hope to someday become somebody if they can get trough college.

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  • He speaks at rallies, poses as a celebrity to a following of young "chicanos" who hope to someday become somebody if they can get trough college.

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  • He speaks at rallies, poses as a celebrity to a following of young "chicanos" who hope to someday become somebody if they can get trough college.

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  • Now I hear young Mexican kids insulting each other by calling each other chicanos; and none of these kids are even from Mexico.

    Fine-tuning Immigration, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Not just chicanos or border-town Mexicans, but "real" Mexicans from the central highlands, the coasts, and even down south.

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  • Not just chicanos or border-town Mexicans, but "real" Mexicans from the central highlands, the coasts, and even down south.

    Trueque

  • Not just chicanos or border-town Mexicans, but "real" Mexicans from the central highlands, the coasts, and even down south.

    Trueque

  • Not just chicanos or border-town Mexicans, but "real" Mexicans from the central highlands, the coasts, and even down south.

    Trueque

  • And another shocker, chicanos and chicanas (that's Hispanics born in the US) are against illegal immigration!

    Natl. Poll: More favor than oppose Arizona immigration law

  • Not just chicanos or border-town Mexicans, but "real" Mexicans from the central highlands, the coasts, and even down south.

    Trueque

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