7 edition of Ambivalent Americans found in the catalog.
|Statement||Jean H. Baker.|
|LC Classifications||JK2341.A8 M35 1850|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 206 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||206|
|LC Control Number||76051813|
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Ambivalent Americans: The Know-Nothing Party in Maryland Hardcover – June 1, by Professor Jean H. Baker (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, June 1, "Please retry" — — — Hardcover — Cited by: Peter Skerry's new book demonstrates with great intelligence just how real and difficult issues of ethnicity remain in America.
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(Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan)Cited by: Mr. Skerry discussed his book and said that the significance of his subtitle, 'the ambivalent majority,' is that no one is quite sure of the political direction of this newly emerging group in the. MEXICAN AMERICANS: The Ambivalent Minority User Review - Kirkus.
Skerry (of the UCLA Center for American Politics and Public Policy) doesn't think that Mexican-Americans are ambivalent about being North Americans. Rather, the ``ambivalence'' of the subtitle Read full review. Yet the Mexican-American experience in the United States is ambivalent and diverse.
We do not speak with a single voice. Peter Skerry, director of Washington Programs for the UCLA Center for American Politics and Public Policy, probes this ambivalence in Mexican-Americans: The Ambivalent Minority.
THE AMBIVALENT MINORITY by Peter Skerry ‧ RELEASE DATE: May 3, Skerry (of the UCLA Center for American Politics and Public Policy) doesn't think that Mexican-Americans are ambivalent about being North Americans. A growing number of young Americans are not only ambivalent, but are outright hostile, toward America’s national origin.
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It was a reminder that, in practice, Americans are ambivalent about competition. Chris Sagers shows why protecting price competition, even when it hurts some of us, is crucial if antitrust law is to preserve markets. Ultimately, the book offers a view of how American society is shaping the life chances of members of this new second generation and how todays second generation, in turn, is shaping a new ed as a rich overview for general readers and students, and as a concise summary for scholars, this book will be an essential work for all interested in contemporary issues of race.
Ambivalent definition: If you say that someone is ambivalent about something, they seem to be uncertain whether | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
Mexican Americans: The Ambivalent Minority Peter Skerry, Author Free Press $ (p) ISBN Buy this book. Mexican Americans are torn between defining themselves as an.
Ambivalent Nation introduces a pioneering framework with which to study the Civil War’s impact in Britain. Using discourse analysis, Dubrulle explores anew the British attitude towards the American conflict and reveals a critical turning-point in the British understanding of.
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The answer, argues Peter Skerry, lies not so much with the social and economic progress of Mexican. Free Online Library: An ambivalent legacy: black Americans and the political economy of the New Deal.
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Rachel Kranson challenges the common notion that most American Jews unambivalently celebrated their generally strong growth in economic status and social acceptance during the booming postwar era.