Sources

Sources
Charles B. Spaulding's "The Mexican Strike at El Monte" Sociology and Social Research (August 1934).
"La Follette Committee," Viola- tions of Free Speech and Rights of Labor (U. S. Senate, 74th Congress, Report of Committee on Education and Labor)
Clarke A. Chambers' California Farm Organizations (Berkeley 1952)
"Organization Efforts of Mexican Labor" (1939)
Emory S. Bogardus' The Mexican in the United States (Los Angeles 1934)
Stuart Marshall Jamieson, "Labor Unions in American Agriculture" (unpublished doctoral dissertation, U. C. Berkeley, 1943).
Dorothy Swain Thomas, The Salvage: Japanese American Evacuation and Resettlement (Berke- ley 1952)
Leonard Bloom and Ruth Riemer, Removal and Return: The Socio- Economic Effects of the War on Japanese Americans (Berkeley 1949).
John Modell, "Class or Ethnic Solidarity: Japanese American Company Union," Pacific Historical Review (May 1969).
Paul S. Taylor's multi-volume study Mexican Labor in the United States (Berke- ley 1928-1934)
Governor C. C. Young's Fact Finding Committee, Mexicans in Cali- fornia (San Francisco 1930)
Charles Wollenberg, "Huelga 1928 Style: The Imperial Valley Cantaloupe Strike" Pacific Historical Review (February 1969)
"Conflict in the Fields: Mexican Workers in California Agri-Business" in Wollenberg, et al. Ethnic Conflict in California History (Los Angeles 1970).
Carey McWilliams deserve special mention, particularly Factories in the Fields (New York 1934)
Prejudice: Japanese Americans, Symbol of Intolerance (Boston 1944)
North From Mexico: The Spanish-Speaking People of the United States (New York 1949).
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