Democracy's promise: immigrants & American civic institutions
The massive demographic changes in the United States during the past few decades have made understanding the place of immigrants in the public more critical than ever. Democracy's Promise examines both the challenges and opportunities posed to American civic institutions by the presence of increasing numbers of immigrants. Book jacket.
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