Milton Meltzer | Critical Essay by Paul Heins

This literature criticism consists of approximately 1 page of analysis & critique of Milton Meltzer.
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Critical Essay by Paul Heins

[Milton Meltzer, the] author of many books about the various ethnic groups living in the United States feels that the "story of the Hispanic Americans has been neglected or hidden. Yet that history, that life in the past, has shaped our present, no matter what ethnic group we ourselves may belong to." First reminding us of the part played by the Spaniards in exploring and colonizing the Western Hemisphere, [Meltzer, in The Hispanic Americans,] considers in detail the three main streams of Hispanics who have become part of American life: the Puerto Ricans, the Chicanos in the Southwest, and the political émigrés from Cuba. He explores the development of their legal, economic, political, and cultural status in the United States and informs us that "Hispanic people will replace blacks as the country's biggest minority by...

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