Latinos and the Nations' Future is an impressive compilation of essays written by top, expert leaders of the Hispanic community, who have come together to discuss the irreversible, inevitable and irrefutable fact that Latinos are destined to shape the future of the U.S.
The combination of views and ideas from key figures such as Raul Yzaguirre, Harry Pachon, Roberto Suro and even Henry himself are simply fascinating; the arguments too compelling to dismiss. The book is extensive and we would have liked for the type size to have been a tad larger, but once you start reading, the passion of the argument will catch up with you . . . and you won't want to put it down. This is a very well put together book, with information so solid that you will want to keep it in your library as an invaluable reference.