During the Second World War, Latin America’s ethnic and migrant groups with ties to Axis countries took on great domestic and international importance. They became targets of suspicion and repression; subjects of debates about immigration, refugees, and national identity. The popular and academic consensus holds that the period represented an inflection point for these groups.
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My book Henry George and the Crisis of Inequality: Progress and Poverty in the Gilded Age (Columbia University Press) has just been released. It's the first major biography of George in more than 60 years.