The specific social and historical role of the immigrant is considered.
Originally published in 1966.
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Table of Contents
- Frontmatter, pg. i
- FOREWORD, pg. v
- CONTENTS, pg. ix
- I . THE PROBLEM OF SOCIAL AND CULTURAL IMPACT, pg. 3
- II. THE AMERICANIZATION OF THE IMMIGRANT, pg. 39
- III. THE PROBLEM OF ETHNIC AND NATIONAL IMPACT FROM A SOCIOLOGICAL POINT OF VIEW, pg. 57
- IV. ETHNIC AND NATIONAL FACTORS IN THE AMERICAN ECONOMIC ETHIC, pg. 67
- V. THE IMMIGRANT AND AMERICAN POLITICS, pg. 84
- VI. FOREIGN INFLUENCES IN AMERICAN ART, pg. 99
- VII. THE AMERICAN LITERARY EXPATRIATE, pg. 126
- VIII. HEGEL, DARWIN, AND THE AMERICAN TRADITION, pg. 146
- IMMIGRATION BETWEEN 1800 AND 1924, pg. 173
- THE PATTERN OF ASSIMILATION, pg. 186
- THE ECONOMIC IMPACT, pg. 195
- THE POLITICAL IMPACT, pg. 207
- THE ARTISTIC AND LITERARY IMPACT, pg. 220
- THE RELIGIOUS AND PHILOSOPHIC IMPACT, pg. 235