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La Raza Unida Party

A Chicano Challenge to the U.S. Two-Party Dictatorship

by Armando Navarro

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Published by Temple University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American history: postwar, from c 1945 -,
  • History of specific subjects,
  • Political parties,
  • Current Affairs,
  • Politics and government,
  • Hispanic American Sociology,
  • U.S. Political Parties,
  • Social Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • USA,
  • Political Process - Political Parties,
  • American,
  • Ethnic Studies - General,
  • Mexican Americans,
  • Raza Unida Party (U.S.)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages360
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8668938M
    ISBN 101566397707
    ISBN 109781566397704

    This book, by noted Chicano movement theorist Armando Navarro, is the most comprehensive study of the party ever put together. La Raza Unida Party traces the party from its beginnings in to. This book, by noted Chicano movement theorist Armando Navarro, is the most comprehensive study of the party ever put together. La Raza Unida Party traces the party from its beginnings in to its demise in —the events, leaders, ideology, structure, strategy and tactics, successes and problems, and electoral campaigns that marked its.

    Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “United We Win: The Rise and Fall of La Raza Unida Party” as Want to Read: Want to Read saving /5(4). Get this from a library! Constitution of La Raza Unida Party of New Mexico.. [Juan Jose Peña; La Raza Unida Party of New Mexico.;] -- Typescript (photocopy).

    La Raza Unida Party was a party that formed as a response to the violence of Chicano activist demonstrations, deciding that to achieve reform, peaceful actions were necessary. Activists in this party agreed on the need for Chicano political activism but had a tough time agreeing on how to achieve it. 40th Anniversary Commemoration of La Raza Unida Party National Convention.


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La Raza Unida Party by Armando Navarro Download PDF EPUB FB2

Navarro has told the story of the rise and fall of the third-party La Raza Unida (The People's Party) in several states: Texas, New Mexico, California, Colorado, the Midwest, and Utah, during the 's. After a brief overview of the history of third parties in this country, the author concentrates on the story of La by: 1.

La Raza Unida Party book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A comprehensive study of an ethnic political movement.4/5(5). Format: Paperback Verified Purchase Richard Santillan's 'La Raza Unida' is an early and first-hand examination of La Raza Unida Party during it's inception in the late '60's.

At the time of Richard Santillan's writing, La Raza Unida Party was at it's strongest, and this comes through in 5/5(1). La Raza Unida Party traces the party from its beginnings in to its demise in -- the events, leaders, ideology, structure, strategy and tactics, successes and problems, and electoral campaigns that marked its trajectory.

The book covers political organizing in California, Texas, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and the Midwest, as well as RUP's national and international politics and its party Cited by: 1. The book details La Raza Unida Party’s structure, the main strategy employed and the electoral campaign mode.

Other things discussed in the La Raza Unida Party book cover the party successes and failures. Besides theses issues, the book details with the general issues concerning the political organizing in some states within the United States of America. raza unida party. The Raza Unida Party was established on Januat a meeting of Mexican Americans at Campestre Hall in Crystal City, Texas.

José Ángel Gutiérrez and Mario Compean, who had helped found MAYO (the Mexican American Youth Organization) inwere two of its principal organizers. El Partido de La Raza Unida RUP sought a candidate for the gubernatorial election, first calling upon such well-known Democrats La Raza Unida Party Reunion Program Book - The Raza Unida Party was established on Januat a meeting of Mexican Americans at Campestre Hall in Cryst al City, Texas.

José Ángel GutiérrezFile Size: 5MB. La Raza Unida Party (RUP) was a militant, anti-American hate group which was established in at a meeting of Mexican-Americans in Crystal City, Texas by José Ángel Gutiérrez and Mario Compean.

La Raza Unida simply means “The Race United.”. The business community denounced raza unida. The local newspaper led the charge. But in fact, crystal city leaders couldn’t stop la raza unida party, which was gaining support throughout texas.

In ramsey muniz, a former football star at baylor university and an attorney, announced that he would run for governor under the raza unida banner. La Raza Unida Party traces the party from its beginnings in to its demise in -- the events, leaders, ideology, structure, strategy and tactics, successes and problems, and electoral campaigns that marked its trajectory.

The book covers political organizing in California, Texas, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and the Midwest, as well as RUP's national and international politics and its party profile.

The Raza Unida Party (RUP) was first established as a third political party in Crystal City, Texas, in January, As an alternative to the two-party system in Texas, Raza Unida sought social, economic, and political self-determination for Chicanos, other minorities, and the disenfranchised through local and, later, state politics.

The book traces La Raza Unida Party right from its inception. It outlines the reasons for the party formation, the group vision and belief and its leadership. The book details La Raza Unida Party’s structure, the main strategy employed and the electoral campaign mode.

Other things discussed in the book cover the party successes and failures. In California, La Raza Unida Party was first organized in the Bay Area.

It took on a more militant line, organizing under working class issues and emphasizing the development of a Chicano Mexicano, ideological line. In Colorado, La Raza Unida was a product of the work done by La Crusada por La Justicia, under the leadership of Corky Gonzales.

La Raza Unida Party traces the party from its beginnings in to its demise in -- the events, leaders, ideology, structure, strategy and tactics, successes and problems, and electoral. La Raza Unida Party traces the party from its beginnings in to its demise in —the events, leaders, ideology, structure, strategy and tactics, successes and problems, and electoral campaigns that marked its trajectory.

The book covers political organizing in California, Texas, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and the Midwest. Written by Teresa Palomo Acosta Read by Khotan Shahbazi-Harmon. InTejanas organized Mujeres por la Raza, a caucus within the statewide Raza Unida party, to advance the election of Chicanas to public office and ensure women’s leadership within the Chicano movement.

La Raza Unida Partytraces the party from its beginnings in to its demise in -- the events, leaders, ideology, structure, strategy and tactics, successes and problems, and electoral campaigns that marked its trajectory. The book covers political organizing in California, Texas, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and the Midwest, as well as RUP's national and international politics and its party profile.

This book, by noted Chicano movement theorist Armando Navarro, is the most comprehensive study of the party ever put together. "La Raza Unida Party" traces the party from its beginnings in to its demise in the events, leaders, ideology, structure, strategy and tactics, successes and problems, and electoral campaigns that marked its.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Compean, Mario. Raza Unida Party in Texas. N.Y., Pathfinder Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. La Raza Unida is no longer a registered political party in the United States, but its legacy is still very much alive.

Studying that legacy is the focus of research conducted by Brenda Sendejo, assistant professor of anthropology at Southwestern.

"Garcia's history of La Raza Unida party is a labor of love."—Journal of the Southwest "This book is an insightful, intensive, and interesting report on the origin, development, and demise of the 'party of the united people.' The author['s] most noteworthy contribution may well be in the richness of the details of the party's history and in providing these documented dates, figures, personalities, and events as .Buy La Raza Unida Party: A Chicano Challenge to the U.S.

Two-party Dictatorship by Armando Navarro (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on /5(2).However, women in the Raza Unida Party believed that since local organizing efforts were carried out by women, they should assume leadership roles. Consequently, in women decided to form the Mujeres Por La Raza caucus to obtain leadership positions for women in the Raza Unida Party and to elect Chicanas to office.