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Asian Ethnic Groups in New York

Pyong Gap Min

Asian Ethnic Groups in New York

A Comparative Analysis

by Pyong Gap Min

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Published by Columbia University Press .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages256
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10196114M
ISBN 100231116535
ISBN 109780231116534

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White Ethnic New York is an exciting, provocative book. Zeitz draws on Jewish traditions of dissent and Catholic traditions of authority to explain why the politics of  › Books › History › Americas. Political changes in post-Suharto Indonesia have triggered ethnic and religious violence across the country, says a book by Andreas Harsono, a veteran Indonesia researcher for The eight articles presented in this volume represent both older and established ethnic and racial communities as well as new and emerging groups in New York City.

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