Anne Sutherland

Professor of Anthropology, University of California-Riverside

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Professor of Anthropology at the University of California, Riverside and author of Gypsies: The Hidden Americans

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In affluent Newport Beach in California's Orange County, two Gypsy clans have gone into court in a turf war over fortune-telling.

Gypsy Feud over Fortune-telling Business in Southern California

In affluent Newport Beach in California's Orange County, two Gypsy clans have gone into court in a turf war over fortune-telling.

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