Anti-Communist Minorities in the U.S.: Political Activism of Ethnic Refugees
Springer, May 25, 2009 - Social Science - 278 pages
Taking a new look at two controversial topics, American anti-Communism and the Cold War, this book reveals the little known history of anti-Communism in the US from the point of view of ethnic refugee/émigré groups, and also offers insight into the lives of minority groups that have hitherto not received scholarly attention.
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