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Latinos elecciones Estados Unidos
LATINOS

The ‘new’ Latino-American

The upcoming U.S. presidential election will inevitably lead to a much-needed national reckoning on the state of the Latino community, forcing us to face questions we’ve feared to answer for far too long: Just how united are Latinos today? Can we truly call ourselves a tight- knit ‘community’?

Neither Trump nor Biden can win without Latinos: an X-Ray of 36 million voters
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Neither Trump nor Biden can win without Latinos: an X-Ray of 36 million voters

Luis Pablo Beauregard / Patricia Caro / Paola Nagovitch / Iker Seisdedos|Las Vegas / Washington D.C. / New York / McAllen|

In the 2024 elections, Hispanic Americans will be — more than ever — the quiet force that will define the results. And, according to the polls, for the first time in history, Latino support for the Republican Party has surpassed this community’s intention to vote for the Democrats

Adam Thirwell
BOOKS

Adam Thirlwell, the author who rewrites the past: ‘Monolingualism seems like a terrible and totalitarian idea to me’

The writer was one of the brightest stars of British literature when he debuted with ‘Politics’ at the age of 24. Converted to experimental prose, he returns with ‘The Future Future’, a historical novel that speaks of the present and searches for the roots of the #MeToo movement, the erosion of the patriarchy, and celebrity culture

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