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Colored Minorities in Great Britain: A Comprehensive Bibliography, 1970-1977
     

Colored Minorities in Great Britain: A Comprehensive Bibliography, 1970-1977

by Raj Madan (Compiler)
 

For two decades, masses of emigrants have left the West Indies, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Kenya, Uganda, and other parts of the Commonwealth to become residents of Great Britain. The increasing racial tension between these so-called colored people — who now comprise six percent of Britain's total population — and the white majority has become a source of major

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For two decades, masses of emigrants have left the West Indies, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Kenya, Uganda, and other parts of the Commonwealth to become residents of Great Britain. The increasing racial tension between these so-called colored people — who now comprise six percent of Britain's total population — and the white majority has become a source of major concern for the British government. These tensions, and the other social and economic problems created by the emigrants, have received world-wide scholarly and journalistic attention. Colored Minorities in Great Britain brings together the voluminous recent literature in English on the subject.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780313207051
Publisher:
Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated
Publication date:
05/29/1979
Pages:
199

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