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The Devil in Silicon Valley:
Northern California, Race, and Mexican Americans
Stephen J. Pitti

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"The Devil in Silicon Valley is a beautiful piece of work--sweeping narrative, compelling argumentation, and crisp writing throughout. Pitti demonstrates how San José is simultaneously central and peripheral to the main currents of Chicano/mexicano history. He helps readers make sense of why Mexicans were racialized in specific ways at specific times. And he adds new insight into the variety of ways ethnic Mexicans identify themselves and organize. This is an outstanding book."--David Gutierrez, author of Between Two Worlds

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