edlind at dickinson.edu
Mon Sep 5 14:14:29 PDT 2005
It might be because some people understand Latino/a and Hispanic to
refer to Americans who come from (or whose families came from) Latin
America (sometimes limited to Spanish-speaking nations and sometimes
not) and some would also include Americans of Spanish (and perhaps
Portuguese) descent. Cardozo qualifies under the latter definition but
not the former.
Howard Schweber wrote:
> At 01:28 PM 9/5/2005 -0700, Rick Duncan wrote:
>> Now that the President has nominated Roberts for CJ, any predictions
>> on who will be nominated to fill O'C's seat?
>> Here is mine--Judge Emilio Garza of the 5th Circuit (New Orleans).
>> This is a political 3-base hit--Garza is conservative (the base will
>> love him), he is Hispanic (the first Hispanic to serve on the Court)
> I take it Cardozo doesn't count because he was Jewish.
> To post, send message to Conlawprof at lists.ucla.edu
> To subscribe, unsubscribe, change options, or get password, see
> Please note that messages sent to this large list cannot be viewed as
> private. Anyone can subscribe to the list and read messages that are
> posted; people can read the Web archives; and list members can (rightly
> or wrongly) forward the messages to others.
Douglas E. Edlin
Department of Political Science
P.O. Box 1773
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17013
More information about the Conlawprof