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Born in , Jose Angel Gutierrez grew up in a time when Mexicans and Mexican Americans in Texas and the Southwest attended separate schools and. Editorial Reviews. Review. "Studies of the Chicano movement of the '60s and ' 70s are limited, so the reflections of an activist like Gutierrez offer useful context.
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