This two-day series by Lewis based on newly released Census figures examines the fact that four of California's five largest cities no longer have an ethnic majority. Pluralities of whites, Hispanics, Asians and blacks have replaced majorities. A sidebar by Hazle discusses the expected increase in political clout for Hispanics and Asians. A sidebar by Johnson describes the complaints of an advocacy group that says despite Asian Americans being the state's fastest growing group, public services have failed to accommodate them.
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