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Resource ID: #29086
Subject: Immigration
Source: Terry Greene Sterling, Jude Joffe-Block
Affiliation: University of California Press
Date: 2021-04-21



This book investigates the causes of a bitter immigration divide pioneered in Arizona, one that later spread across the nation. The book investigates why and how a popular American sheriff inspired his deputies to violate the constitutional rights of Latino residents for his own political gain. The narrative shows how Arizona became the birthplace of largely unconstitutional immigration laws that were championed and enforced by Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, whose discriminatory policing targeted immigrants and American citizens of Latino descent.
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