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L.A.'s Mexican Radio Crash: New at Reason

Spanish-language radio is fading across Southern California, a victim of a shifting preference for "English-speaking media" among young listeners. It's a classic American assimilation story, Gustavo Arellano writes, but it's also "one giant chinga tu madre to anti-immigrant types who have spent the last 25 years decrying the Mexican takeover of "American" airwaves. To anti-immigrant zealots, our choice of music and dress became further proof of the Mexican menace.
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