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University of Kansas. After serving as an Assistant U. Attorney in Chicago , and adopting the libertarian political philosophy , he began an independent career path that involved private practice law providing services for both independent contractors and high profile cases among his many other business ventures. Included in his ventures, and documented in this collection, are screenplays and contracts with film production companies; numerous manuscripts of essays, books, and publications; case files and court transcripts; and correspondence with prominent legal figures, authors, and private friends.

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In short order, my family had expanded. My Mexican heritage, for so long a dormant part of my being, was now alive with importance and the need to know more! And so we are cousins, somos primos! My horizons have expanded. My appreciation of immediate and extended family, heredity and the importance of each has been reborn. I seek to remain close to these newly discovered cousins, and to find and meet others!

Eduardo De Santiago holds a picture of himself taken in , when he worked as part of the bracero program. He is kneeling in front of cotton near Balmorhea, Texas. The institute for two years has been documenting the experiences of braceros such as De Santiago -- Mexican immigrants who came to work in the United States as farmhands through a program started as a temporary solution to supply much-needed workers for agriculture during World War II.

The tales are being shared with the institute by former braceros, by the farmers and ranchers who hired the workers and even by former U.

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Border Patrol agents. Navarro said the institute is transcribing and translating the stories, which are expected to become available to the public this fall. While the institute works to complete its bracero project, a UTEP professor is making a documentary on braceros. Mullins, also the project director for the documentary, said he sought grant funding for a documentary on a braceros because of his love for documentaries and because he thinks it is relevant to recent discussions President Bush has sparked about guest-worker programs.

Mullins said UTEP students will also assist in producing the documentary, which he expects will be completed by the end of the year.

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Mullins said his goal would be to have the documentary distributed as a home video and education video and broadcast on public television. Navarro said she wants to preserve the experiences of the braceros because their contributions to the agricultural industry makes them a significant part of the nation's history.

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  • It was a great economic program," Navarro said. The bracero program was established in the early s through bilateral agreements between the United States and Mexico as an emergency measure to cope with the labor shortage the United States was having because of World War II. The program continued uninterrupted until It is estimated that almost 5 million Mexican immigrants worked as braceros from to De Santiago, now 88, said he worked as a bracero for five years. He did not recall the year he began working as a bracero but said it was in the late '50s.

    A family member signed him up for the program. At first he didn't want to be a bracero, but he took the job anyway. And I did it. I worked as a farm worker for five years," De Santiago said. His experience as a farm worker was pleasant, particularly because his bosses encouraged him to become a legal U. I was happy working for them. But don't think that all the bosses were the same and treated their people well.

    For some men it was a sad and tough experience. De Santiago said that despite the hardships many braceros faced, he remains supportive of worker programs. The other way, they risk so much, and nothing is secure, especially not where they are going to work," he said. UTEP Professor Patrick Mullins wants to hear from people who are involved in or have information about the bracero program and are interested in the documentary he is producing.

    Use of the ethnic label "Anglo" or "Anglo American" must be understood when studying Southwest history. People who speak languages that evolved out of Latin are described as "Latins. The preferred label is Anglo, which supposedly connects someone to the Germanic tribe of Angles who entered England around the 5 th century.

    When studying Southwest history one is certain to run across the phrase "Anglo-American" applied to all kinds of people, whether German, Irish, Italian, French, Czech, Latvian, Lithuanian, etc. The implication that whole groups of immigrants, most of whom have Ellis Island as a heritage, are descended from the Germanic tribe of Angles who settled in England in the 5 th century A.

    The Angles were just one of the many Germanic groups who settled northern Europe. Saxons from Germany also went into England. Celts, Visigoths, Ostrogoths, Vandals, Suevi, etc. Is it anti-German prejudice that doesn't permit American writers to use "Germanic" to describe themselves or other people from northern Europe?