Encyclopedia of Multiculturalism: A. Philip Randolph Institute-Business and corporate enterprise
Marshall Cavendish, 1994 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1812 pages
Contains 1,438 alphabetically arranged articles that provide information on people, places, concepts, events, laws, and organizations that have shaped multiculturalism in the United States, and includes cross-references, a time line, a resource list, and other research aids.
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