Lorrin Thomas argues that the high “visibility” of Puerto Ricans in New York during the 1940’s and 1950’s

Lorrin Thomas argues that the high “visibility” of Puerto Ricans in New York during the 1940’s and 1950’s actually made “invisible” certain aspects of their reality. In what ways were they made more “visible”? How were the causes of their condition, such as the colonial relationship with the United States, or “deindustrialization”, made “invisible”? What did this have to with the voices that Thomas asserts were left out? Explain.

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