How many Hispanic Americans marry outside their national group?

Hispanic Americans marry outside their national group often.

In this, they show the willingness to mix that has always been part of Hispanic culture.

The practice tends to break down walls between communities. When a Mexican American marries a Puerto Rican, the common bond between Hispanics is strengthened.

When their child marries an Anglo, the bond between Hispanics and their adopted country becomes stronger.

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