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Economy[ edit ] XLNT had a factory making tamales here early in their history. Hrights company started inwhen tamales were the most popular ethnic food in Los Angeles. The company is the oldest continuously operating Mexican food brand in the United States, and one of the oldest companies in Southern California.

Boyle Heights was a predominantly Jewish community with "a vibrant, pre-World War II, Yiddish -speaking community, replete with small shops along Brooklyn Avenue, union halls, synagogues and hyperactive politics The rise of the socialist and communist parties increased the people's involvement in politics in the community because the "liberal-left exercised great influence in the immigrant community".

The combination of Jewish people and Latinos in Boyle Heights symbolized a tight unity between the two communities. The two groups helped to elect Edward R.

In order for Roybal to win a landslide victory over Heihgts, "the JCRC, with representation from business and labor leaders, associated with both Jewish left traditions, had become the prime financial benefactor to CSO. The real-estate agent told him that he could not sell to Mexicans, and Roybal's first act as councilman was to protest racial discrimination and to create a community that represented inter-racial politics in Boyle Heights.

This Latino-Jewish relationship shaped politics in that when Antonio Villaraigosa became mayor of Los Angeles in"not only did he have ties to Boyle Heights, heiguts he was elected by replicating the labor-based, multicultural coalition that Congressman Edward Roybal assembled in to become Los Angeles's first city council member of Latino heritage". At acres in size, the interchange is three times larger than the average highway system, even expanding at some points to 27 lanes in width.

During its construction, engineers built 32 bridges and 20 walls, excavated 1, yards of earth, laid 23, feet of concrete pipe, and used 4, yards of structural steel and 13, pounds of reinforced steel to complete the busiest freeway interchange jeights the world.

The percentage of residents in that age range who had not earned a high school diploma was high for the county.