New Report: How Immigration Is Changing the Political Terrain in America’s Largest Cities
Posted by on October 10, 2003
[posted to Comm-Org]
The other report from the Mumford Center at SUNY-Albany:
PEOPLE & POLITICS IN AMERICA’S BIG CITIES
The Challenges to Urban Democracy How Immigration Is Changing the Political Terrain in America’s Largest Cities
The report describes the emergence of new immigrant minority groups – changing the competition for urban power from one that pits native minorities against whites to one that pits new immigrants not only against whites, but also against native minorities.
Download report at http://mumford2.dyndns.org/report.html
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