Benjamin Francis-Fallon

Photo of Benjamin Francis-FallonPhoto | Western Carolina UniversityBenjamin Francis-Fallon is Associate Historian of the US House of Representatives. He was formerly Associate Professor of History at Western Carolina University, where he taught courses on United States political, immigration, and Latino history. He is the winner of The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens’ inaugural Shapiro Book Prize for The Rise of the Latino Vote: A History.

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Cover: The Rise of the Latino Vote: A HistoryThe Rise of the Latino Vote: A HistoryFrancis-Fallon, BenjaminHARDCOVER09/24/2019$38.00
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