George I. Sánchez was remembered initially in obituaries and in published memorials, but the quest for more fully appreciating him would continue for decades. The institutional memory of Sánchez at the University of Texas is powerful. And Sánchez as a topic finds his way into a multitude of scholarly studies in and outside of history. In interpreting Sánchez the author has found that the theme of integration—with regard to specific policies as well as in more abstract, intellectual ways—is the key concept. The long fight to integrate the Mexican American and George I. Sánchez's integral role in it is a neglected, but much-needed story in U.S. history.
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