Don't forget parts of Colorado, Oregon, Washington, and Texas. The Aztlan movement was big in the 60's and 70's, but hasn't been anything major since. And having lived in the west for over the past two decades, I can tell you the movement is all but dead. The Hispanics that live here understand how much better they have it over Mexico. And they do not want to re-assimilate. Again, Hispanics are graduating high school in record numbers, and going to college in record numbers too. Plenty of Hispanics in politics out west, including R Governor Richardson of New Mexico, and D Congressman Grialva of Arizona. Both are examples of 2nd generation Americans who were the first gen in their respective families to graduate college. There are only more to come. And neither Richardson or Grialva advocate a return to Mexico. It's just more xenophobic scare tactics from the right.