This book, first published in 1999, examines the interaction of domestic and foreign issues in the lives of ethnic Americans.
Table of Contents
1. US diasporas in the era of transnationalism; 2. US ethnic diasporas in the struggle for democracy and self-determination; 3. Arab-American identity and new transnational challenges; 4. Transnational influences on ethnoracial relations in the US: the case of Black/Jewish disputes; 5. 'Go but do not forget me': Mexico, the Mexican diaspora and US-Mexican relations; 6. Conclusion: diasporas and the American national interest.
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