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used in Do You Speak American?

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  • The comic La Cucaracha is shocking to many and draws plenty of hate mail because it ridicules Hispanic icons as readily as it mocks U.S. politics—evidence that the Latino presence in the United States has evolved to a level with many nuances.
    five — Hispanic Immigration: Reconquest or Assimilation? (10% in)
  • Out of it grew the sentimental and nostalgic figure of the cowboy as art American icon and then, as radio became popular, Will Rogers, "the plainspeaking plainsman with the heartland accent: male, Anglo-Saxon, individualist" and trustworthy.
    three — Toward a Standard: Putting the "R" in "American" (42% in)

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