?These essays compare the political activities of seven ethnic groups and their attempts to influence American policy toward their native countries. The groups are Americans of Arab, Jewish, African, Polish, Mexican, Cuban, and Irish origins. The writers are noted political scientists.?-BooknotesVom Verlag:
This volume examines the dynamics of ethnic groups' attempts to influence U.S. foreign policy toward their native countries. A collection of essays by noted political scientists, the book compares and contrasts the political activities of seven ethnic groups with varying degrees of participation, influence, and success: Arab-Americans, Jewish-Americans, African-Americans, Polish-Americans, Mexican-Americans, Cuban-Americans, and Irish-Americans. Taken together, the chapters included here make an important contribution both to the study of foreign policy making and to the understanding of ethnic political behavior.
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