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By Steven Otfinoski

ISBN-10: 0761441808

ISBN-13: 9780761441809

ISBN-10: 0761446257

ISBN-13: 9780761446255

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S. government, which they had so faithfully supported in the past. Many non-Hispanic Americans supported Elián’s return. The failed efforts of the Cuban Americans seemed to be another sign of their impossible struggle against Castro. But in the decade ahead, as Castro grew older, that struggle would seem less impossible. THE IMMIGRATION QUESTION 47 A C H ANGING CHAPTER FOUR C ULT UR E F OR MANY YEARS, SPANISH LANGUAGE, FOODS, music, and heritage seemed confined to the Hispanic communities of large cities such as Miami and Los Angeles.

Today, Hispanic culture is everywhere—in the media, the arts, food, and fashion. But just as Hispanic culture has transformed mainstream American culture, the culture of the United States has changed Hispanic culture. The cultures are blending in new and often surprising ways. —T H E B I L I N G UA L D E B AT E Language is central to any culture or ethnic group. Many Hispanic immigrants continue to speak their native language—Spanish (or in the case of Brazilians, Portuguese)—in 49 Opposite: Despite English being their second language, some Hispanic students are spoken to only in English in school.

But their victory was short-lived. M. on April 22, four white vans carrying thirty federal agents drove up to the modest Gonzalez house on New Second Street and twenty-third Avenue. The agents used mace and pepper spray to disperse the small crowd that stood protectively around the house night and day. They broke in the door and found Elián in the arms of a man in a closet. The man was among those who had rescued Elián from the sea six THE IMMIGRATION QUESTION 45 Elián Gonzalez stands inside a closet with Donato Dalrymple, hiding as federal agents enter the boy’s house to take him away.

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