Facing Off Or Coming Together?
Redistricting and the Struggle for Representation
Thursday, September 24, 1992
Throughout its history, Monterey County has purchased relative political calm at the price of leaving members of ethnic communities without representation. Until the 1970s, Hispanics were unable to elect their own to even the councils and school boards of the Salinas Valley towns.
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