I am sympathetic to Patrick Osio's idea that the priorities of Mexican immigrants and their children often differ (Commentary, May 3). Yet, as a Mexican American, I know that questions of identity, culture and loyalty are not settled simply.
Mexican Americans may spend summers in small villages with their Mexican grandparents, and return in the fall to American history courses at their universities. They feel at home in both places. I believe that they must have a right to both identities, to both languages, to both nations.