This Note provides a bibliography of reports, journal articles, periodicals, and statistical sources dealing with Mexican immigrants and Mexican Americans. Included are profiles of Mexican immigrants, general studies of the Mexican-heritage population, analyses of immigrant labor market characteristics and effects, studies of immigrant public service usage, and assessments of the economic and social mobility of Mexican immigrants and their children. This Note highlights some of the issues raised by the diverse literature on the Mexican population and their effects on California.
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