The Language Of Blood
The Making Of Spanish American Identity In New Mexico, 1850 -1940
When the United States declared war on Spain in 1898, rumours abounded throughout the nation that the Spanish-speaking population of New Mexico secretly sympathised with the enemy. At the end of the war, The New York Times warned that New Mexico's "Mexicans professed a deep hostility to American ideas and American policies."
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