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Natives and Strangers: a Multicultural History of Americans

by Dinnerstein, Leonard A Reimers, David M.

  • ISBN: 9780195090840
  • ISBN10: 0195090845

Natives and Strangers: a Multicultural History of Americans

by Dinnerstein, Leonard A Reimers, David M.

  • List Price: $27.95
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Edition: 0003
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Publish date: 12/01/1996
  • ISBN: 9780195090840
  • ISBN10: 0195090845
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Description: A sweeping, ambitious chronicle of our unique cultural mosaic, spanning nearly four hundred years, Natives and Strangers surveys America's legacy of assimilation and difference, of poverty and economic advancement, of ethnic conflict and intercultural mingling, expertly weaving together these strands into an engaging and informative whole. The authors consider the changing fortunes of American Indians, slaves, and immigrants, describing how newcomers interacted and often clashed with native-born people, with government and law enforcement, and with one another in crowded tenements or on expansive farmlands. They paint a compelling portrait of the extraordinary range of immigrant experience in America: working conditions and family life, communities of religion and language, political aspirations and social repression. The authors also explore the spectrum of ethnic coalitions that have fought for equal access to scarce resources and the rise of individuals of distinct ethnic lineage to local, state, and national offices. And they discuss the periodic surges of nativism directed at those cultural groups considered at odds with mainstream society, from vitriolic attacks on the "hordes of wild Irishmen" in the early days of the American republic to the torrents of abuse heaped upon Asian immigrants until long after World War II. Finally, the book examines some of the anomalies of immigrant life in America: why, for instance, have the Germans and Scandinavians built strong communities in the Midwest, while Chinese populations have congregated in New York and San Francisco? And how did Japanese immigrants overcome decades of venomous xenophobia to become one of America's most successful,highly educated minority groups, while Puerto Ricans remain near the bottom of the socioeconomic ladder?
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