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His Panic
Geraldo Rivera

Why Americans Fear Hispanics in the U.S.

Cedar Fort
March 2008
On Sale: February 26, 2008
272 pages
ISBN: 0451224140
EAN: 9780451224149
Hardcover
$24.95
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Non-Fiction Political

A rare, unflinching look at one of today’s most important issues—from one of today’s most well-known journalists.

In this insightful, well-researched book, Peabody and Emmy® Award-winning journalist Geraldo Rivera examines the growth of the Hispanic population in the U.S., fueled partly by what may be the single most divisive issue in America today: illegal immigration. With objective clarity and personal conviction, Rivera sheds light on an issue that is muddled with confusion and prejudice —and too often blamed for everything from terrorism to welfare.

Examining the past—his own parents’ struggle to be “real” Americans, as well as the plight of other ethnic groups in their quest for that dream—Rivera places the issue of illegal immigration in a historic context, dispelling the myth that we are facing an unprecedented crisis.

A vital contribution to the ongoing debate about immigration, His Panic is destined to reshape the way Americans view the future of our country.

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Montel - April 21, 2008
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Colbert Report - March 11, 2008
Morning Edition - March 4, 2008
The View - March 3, 2008
Good Morning America - February 26, 2008
The O'Reilly Factor - February 25, 2008

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