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America And Americans And Selected Nonfiction

Author : John Steinbeck
ISBN : 0142437417
Genre : Fiction
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This is a unique selection of nonfiction work by the quintessential American writer.

America For The Americans

Author : Dale T. Knobel
ISBN : UOM:39015036043357
Genre : Political Science
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Social Movements Past and Present offers thorough analyses of the ideas and actions that have changed the way Americans think and live. Each volume is written by a specialist drawing on the insights and methodologies of history, sociology and political science.

America For The Americans

Author : Madison Grant
ISBN : OCLC:18929664
Genre : United States
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America S Americans

Author : Philip Davies
ISBN : 1900039796
Genre : Political Science
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This book examines the social, cultural, economic, and political effects of modern demographic change in the United States. The contributors from the U.S. and the U.K. draw on new research to analyze a wide range of issues pertaining to the diversity of American society.Topics include:• Latino immigrant incorporation• racial and ethnic integration in metropolitan contexts• population self-determination, and Native Americans• public policy issues relating to immigration• growth of the U.S. prison population• changing nature of poverty in the United States• politics of demographic and social change at national and local levels • historical change in the labor force participation of women

America For Americans

Author : Erika Lee
ISBN : 9781541672598
Genre : History
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An award-winning historian reframes our continuing debate over immigration with a compelling history of xenophobia in the United States and its devastating impact The United States is known as a nation of immigrants. But it is also a nation of xenophobia. In America for Americans, Erika Lee shows that an irrational fear, hatred, and hostility toward immigrants has been a defining feature of our nation from the colonial era to the Trump era. Benjamin Franklin ridiculed Germans for their "strange and foreign ways." Americans' anxiety over Irish Catholics turned xenophobia into a national political movement. Chinese immigrants were excluded, Japanese incarcerated, and Mexicans deported. Today, Americans fear Muslims, Latinos, and the so-called browning of America. Forcing us to confront this history, America for Americans explains how xenophobia works, why it has endured, and how it threatens America. It is a necessary corrective and spur to action for any concerned citizen.

America And Americans In Australia

Author : David Mosler
ISBN : 0275962520
Genre : History
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A Limey and a Yank who have both gone native down under analyze the particularities of American immigration after World War II and the general context in which the migrations of tens of thousands of people took place. They create a holistic picture of the pattern by integrating individual experience

America American Jews And The Holocaust

Author : Jeffrey Gurock
ISBN : 9781136675218
Genre : History
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First Published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Making It In America

Author : Elliott Robert Barkan
ISBN : 9781576070987
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Hopeful immigrants have come to America for four centuries, trying to make a better life for their families. Making It in America: A Sourcebook on Eminent Ethnic Americans relates the stories of 400 first- and second-generation Americans who have uplifted our quality of life. The book celebrates multicultural success throughout U.S. history; the nationally renowned are found right alongside the not-so-famous who improved the lives of those in their own communities.

Islamic Violence In America S Streets

Author : Ronald K. Pierce
ISBN : 9781491736821
Genre : Political Science
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The growth of Islam in the United States looks much like an invasion with the Muslim population numbering more than three million. Mosques in the United States number more than two thousand and growing rapidly. In Islamic Violence in America’s Streets, author Ronald K. Pierce offers a clear and balanced discussion that explores the many aspects of Islam as it has and will affect the American experience. Islamic Violence in America’s Streets describes the significant dangers America faces from this ideology/religion that seeks to dominate America. It: Reviews what Islam is, how it operates, and why it has been successful in attracting followers Looks at the impact the movement has had and is having on the Middle East, South Asia, and Europe Discusses Sharia law, which is a vital underpinning to Islamic success, and why it is so critical it not be introduced into the United States Shares stories of those who have left the religion (in many cases in the face of great danger) and why Examines the threat to America and what actions can be taken to reduce or eliminate that threat Pierce shows why the threat to the United States is urgent. He calls on citizens and Congress to understand it and take action to defuse it.

America S Promise

Author : W. J. Rorabaugh
ISBN : 074251191X
Genre : History
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From the colonial town green to the televised town hall, Americans have shaped their destiny through their public life and the communities in which they continue to live and work towards America's Promise. In this text, authors William J. Rorabaugh, Donald T. Critchlow, and Paula Baker effectively blend political, social and cultural history to present a balanced portrait of America's past. Designed to emphasize major themes and events, the work also captures the rich and often amusing character of the American people. Extensively revised and expanded from America: A Concise History (Rorabaugh and Critchlow), America's Promise is a succinct, highly readable introduction to American history.

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