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ERIC Number: ED097384
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 412
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The Social Reality of Ethnic America.
Gomez, Rudolph, Ed.; And Others
The contents of this compendium are organized in four parts, as follows: Part 1, "Blacks in Transition: An Overview of Afro-Americans," includes: "Introduction," Clement Cottingham, Jr.; "The New Negro," Nathan I. Huggins; "Political Change in the Negro Ghetto, 1900-1940's," Martin Kilson; "Minority Group Psychology: Implications for Social Action," Alvin F. Poussaint; "The Myth of Coalition," Stokely Carmichael and Charles V. Harrington; and other essays. Part 2, "Introduction to the American Indians," includes: "Introduction," Kathleen O'Brien Jackson; "History of the San Felipe Pueblo People," Governor Sanchez; "Economic Development of the American Indian and His Lands," National Congress of American Indians; "Federal Encroachment of Indian Water Rghts and the Impairment of Reservation Development," William H. Veeder; and other essays. Part 3, "Japanese Americans: The 'Model Minority' in Perspective," includes: "Introduction," Russell Endo; "The Japanese-American Experience: 1890-1940," Roger Daniels; "The Great Betrayal," Audrie Girdner and Anne Loftis; "Six Times Down, Seven Times Up," William Peterson; and other essays. Part 4, "Mexican Americans: From Internal Colonialism to the Chicano Movement," includes: "Introduction," Rudolph Gomez; "The Right to Equal Opportunity," Lawrence B. Glick; "Perspective on Politics," Alfredo Cuellar; "Colonialism: The Case of the Mexican Americans," Joan W. Moore; and other essays. (JM)
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