The writer discusses the history of the “race question” in the U.S. Census and contends that Hispanics' answers are upsetting the traditionally white majority. In particular, the writer explores various attempts by successive enumerations to obtain correct answers from Latinos and Hispanics on the issues of Race, discusses alternatives and the future course of the issue.

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