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Ethnic group politics, edited by Harry A. Bailey, Jr. [and] Ellis Katz.

; Katz, Ellis, 1938- compiler
Columbus, Ohio, Merrill [1969] .
ISBN 0675094364, , 9780675094368

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Other Authors Katz, Ellis, 1938-
Subjects Elections -- United States.
Élections -- États-Unis.
Grupos étnicos -- Estados Unidos -- Actividad política.
United States.
Vote -- États-Unis.
Voting -- United States.
Series Merrill political science series.
Description xvi, 331 pages illustrations 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1969]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Historical perspectives on the American ethnic group, by O. Handlin.--Religious group conflict, by W. Herberg.--The two worlds of race: a historical view, by J.H. Franklin.--Membership in social groupings, by A. Campbell [and others]--The way of the ethnic in politics, by R.E. Lane.--The political socialization of the American Negro, by D. Marvick.--American Jews and the Presidential vote, by L.H. Fuchs.--The Negro voter in northern industrial cities, by O. Glantz.--Catholic voters and the Democratic Party, by S. Greer.--Bosses, machines, and ethnic politics, by E.E. Cornwell.--Two Negro politicians: an interpretation, by J.Q. Wilson.--The ex-plebes, by R.A. Dahl.--The new men, by R.A. Dahl.--Ethnic politics and the persistence of ethnic identification, by M. Parenti.--Black nationalism: conclusions and trends, by E.U. Essien-Udom.--Black power, by S. Carmichael and C. Hamilton.--Beyond the melting pot, by N. Glazer and D.P. Moynihan.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)53537
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Bailey, Harry A.,
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