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Latino Voters, Trump, And The Republican Party

Latino Voters, Trump, And The Republican Party

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Is there such a thing as "the Hispanic vote"? Is Latino a more suitable term? And who is Ben Fernandez, the first person of Hispanic origin to run for president?

In our latest installment of the NPR Politics Book Club, Danielle Kurtzleben talks to Geraldo Cadava about his book The Hispanic Republican: The Shaping of an American Political Identity, from Nixon to Trump.

Our September book selection is The Family Roe, by Joshua Prager. Join the conversation in our Facebook group, send your questions to @titonka on Twitter or via email to politicsbookclub@npr.org.

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Latino Voters, Trump, And The Republican Party

Latino Voters, Trump, And The Republican Party

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