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A Reader Is Surprised to See A Harvard Law School Publication Warn of the Hispanicization of the USA
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February 09, 2007, 04:00 AM
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02/08/07 - A Bostonian Describes The Hispanization of Boston

From: M. Lawlor in Florida

I almost fell off my chair when I came upon this 2/9/07 article in The Record - a Harvard Law School publication (I am shocked such a pocket of liberalism would publish it): [Examine Mexico`s Real Intent Before Reforming Immigration]

It addresses the reconquista by Mexicans of the Southern USA— how California will become soon a majority of Spanish speakers—the LA Mayor`s close ties with Mexico—and how, if amnestied,  millions of Mexicans will vote for US policies that favor Mexico.

The article is written by Yeh Ling-Ling,  director of Diversity Alliance for a Sustainable America.

This is even more surprising as Harvard just elected its first Hispanic as President of the Harvard Law Review.

Read M. Lawlor`s previous letter here.