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Cochise County Harry Wheeler knew what he thought and knew how to enforce it. When labor organizers and their supporters displeased him, he herded them into 23 cattle cars and shipped them away. Hispanics, Native Americans, Chinese and Italian immigrants received similar treatment, Wheeler never registering regret about his extralegal edicts. As Katherine Benton-Cohen notes in this timely book, decisive actions about racial divisions and social class did not begin or end in Arizona with Wheeler's provocative exclusions. Now in paperback.