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Ethnic New York

A Complete Guide to the Many Faces & Cultures of New York (Passport Books)
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Nelson, Edward Weinfeld Professor of Law, New York by: "An ambitious book This book joins the growing literature on whiteness studies, but emphasizes, unlike so many others, the primacy of religious difference in shaping ethnicity. That is a significant contribution."—The Journal of Religion"A valuable contribution to the study of the ethnic and religious experience in New York.".

White Ethnic New York is an exciting, provocative book. Zeitz draws on Jewish traditions of dissent and Catholic traditions Ethnic New York book authority to explain why the politics of New York's ethnic groups diverged in the postwar era. The book is a powerfully written analysis of the breakdown of the New Deal Democratic coalition in the s and s, with Reviews: 1.

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Claudio Saunt’s new book reckons with the history and legacy of the expulsion of 80, Native Americans from their homes. "New York's liberal coalition was arguably the strongest in the country, but as Joshua Zeitz shows in White Ethnic New York, his fine new book on Catholic and Jewish politics in New York City, that coalition was fragile, even in its postwar heyday."--The Nation "Provocative Zeitz provokes and challenges assumptions, thus contributing to our understanding of a changing political.

The Complete Guide To Ethnic New York book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.5/5(1). Great background info about many ethnic groups in New York City. A new edition would be great. This one is from and a lot has happened in the last 25 years.

New groups have arrived. Some existing groups have shifted neighborhoods or moved to suburban areas and i’m not sure all the restaurants and other places listed are still around, but Reviews: 1.

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White Ethnic New York book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Historians of postwar American politics often identify race as /5(3). Ethnic New York: A Complete Guide to the Many Faces & Cultures of New York, 2nd Edition (Passport Books) by Mark Leeds and a great selection of related books, art.

Table 1 reveals the steady erosion of New York's white ethnic population over a period of 40 years, but it also reflects the sustained vitality of those same communities.

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Historians of postwar American politics often identify race as a driving force in the dynamically shifting political culture. Joshua Zeitz instead places religion and ethnicity at the fore, arguing that ethnic conflict among Irish Catholics, Italian Catholics, and Jews in New York City had a decisive impact on the shape of liberal politics long before black-white racial identity politics.

History of immigration to and ethnic enclaves in New York City. New York City was founded inby Dutch traders as New Amsterdam. The settlement was a slow growing village, but was r, the Netherlands never had a large emigrant population, and the colony attracted few Dutch and more people from different ethnic groups.

As early as18 languages were spoken in New. Race and Ethnicity by Neighborhood in New York There are neighborhoods that are fully or partially contained within New York ( fully and 17 partially).

This section compares the 50 most populous of those to each other, New York, and other entities that contain or substantially overlap with New York. The Complete Guide to Ethnic New York by Zelda Stern and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - The Complete Guide to Ethnic New York by Stern, Zelda - AbeBooks.

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