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a member of or relating to any of the Western churches that separated from the Roman Catholic Church during the Reformation
  • Mexicans, he argues, do not assimilate and become truly American, because they do not embrace American values and ideals: they do not share the work ethic inherited from America's Anglo-Protestant culture; they do not have the same hunger for education; proportionately fewer go to college; fewer have incomes above $50,000 a year; fewer hold managerial positions.
    five — Hispanic Immigration: Reconquest or Assimilation? (64% in)
  • Objecting to Huntington's use of the term "Anglo-Protestant" to describe American culture, Brooks argues, "There are no significant differences between Mexican-American lifestyles and other American lifestyles.
    five — Hispanic Immigration: Reconquest or Assimilation? (66% in)

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