La Raza Unida Party

Sampul Depan
Temple University Press, 11 Jun 2010 - 360 halaman
Over the years, third parties have arisen sporadically to challenge the hegemony of the United States' two major political parties. But not until the emergence of the Raza Unida Party (RUP) in 1970 did an ethnic group organize to fight for political control at the country's ballot boxes. 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 1970 to its demise in 1981 -- 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. In addition, its suggests options for future political arena. Based on 161 interviews, access to numerous documents, letters, minutes, diaries, and position papers, as well as such published sources as contemporary newspaper and magazine accounts and campaign literature, the study is enriched by Professor Navarro's accounts of his own experiences as one of the organizers of the RUP in California.

La Raza Unida Party represents the culmination of the story of Chicano militancy that Professor Navarro has related in his earlier books. It goes beyond mere history-telling to discuss the strengths and weaknesses of ethnic-identity political parties and the perils of challenging the two-party dictatorship that characterizes U.S. electoral politics.

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ThirdParty Movements A Theoretical and Historical Framework
The Rise of RUP in Texas 1970
The Beginning of the End 19711974
The Decline of RUP in Texas 19751978
The Rise and Fall of RUP in Colorado 19701976
The Precursor of RUP in California 19681973
The Rise of RUP in California 19711972
The Decline of RUP in California 19731981
The Rise and Fall of RUP in New Mexico 19711984
The Rise and Fall of RUP in Arizona 19711974
10 Pressure Group Service Provider or Partido? The Rise and Fall of RUP in the Midwest and Utah 19721976
RUPs National and International Politics
The Unfinished Partido Experiment
Prospectus for a New Partido and Movement


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Armando Navarro is Professor and Chair of the Department of Ethnic Studies at the University of California, Riverside. He is the author of Mexican American Youth Organization: Avant-Garde of the Chicano Movement in Texas and The Cristal Experiment: A Chicano Struggle for Community Control.

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