Foreign influences in American life; essays and critical bibliographies. Edited for the Princeton program of study in American civilization.
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Princeton University. Program of Study in American Civilization.
Citizenship -- United States.
Immigrants -- United States.
United States -- Civilization.
Princeton studies in American civilization.
x, 254 pages plates 21 cm.
"Critical bibliographies": pages 173-254.
pt. I. Essays: The problem of social and cultural impact / D.F. Bowers ; The Americanization of the immigrant / S. Parsons ; The problem of ethnic and national impact from a sociological point of view / J.G. Leyburn ; Ethnic and national factors in the American economic ethic / F.D. Graham ; The immigrant and American politics / O. Handlin ; Foreign influences in American art / D.D. Egbert ; The American literary expatriate / R.P. Blackmur ; Hegel, Darwin, and the American tradition / D.F. Bowers -- part II. Critical bibliographies: Immigration between 1800 and 1924 ; The pattern of assimilation ; The economic impact ; The political impact ; The artistic and literary impact ; The religious and philosophic impact.
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