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Mon, Feb 13, 2017 at noon:
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Vivan los Suburbios!

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Frey, William H., and William P. O'Hare. 1993. "Vivan los Suburbios!" American Demographics, April: 30-7.

Almost half of Hispanic Americans live in suburban areas. Latino suburbs are biggest in southern California, growing fastest in Florida, most concentrated in sourthern Texas, and most affluent in large coastal metropolitan areas. They are the best places to find middle-class Hispanics, a diverse and rapidly growing market.

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