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The Ethnic Factor: How America's Minorities Decide Elections. This paper examines how cultural festivals are used as both symbols and instruments for producing and claiming citizenship in Kenya. It analyses in particular the Obama K’Ogelo Cultural Festival, held in 2008 and 2010, to commemorate the election and presidency of Barack Obama as the 44th president of the United States of America (. The two events were used in the first place to position. President Obama in Kenya.
The ethnic factor: How America’s minorities decide elections. New York: Simon & Schuster. Mellman, Mark, Aaron Strauss, and Kenneth D. Wald. Jewish American voting behavior 1972–2008: Just the facts. Washington, DC: The Solomon Project. The 1973 version has an epilogue on the 1972 election. Linfield, Harry S. 1927–1928. American Jewish Year Book. New York: American Jewish Committee. Penn, Mark . and Douglas E. Schoen. Prospects for the Jewish vote in 1988. Election Politics 1(Spring): 24–26.
Published March 15, 1973 by Touchstone. There's no description for this book yet.
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Levy, Mark, and Michael Kramer. The Ethnic Factor: How America's Minorities Decide Elections. The Disuniting of America: Reflections on a Multicultural Society. Contains some valuable statistical data on ethnic group voting patterns. A highly influential rejoinder to multiculturalism by a noted historian identified with the establishment.
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Kramer, Michael, and Levy, Mark. Class versus Ethnicity in the Midwestern Polish-American Community during the 1946 Congressional Elections. Polish American Studies 5. (1994): 5–32. New York: Simon, 1972.
An ""election by election, precinct by precinct, state by state"" rundown of how ethnic minorities have behaved at the polls, with iffy forecasts of future voting patterns. The authors challenge ""the Big Lie of assimilation"" and insist with the backing of computerized data that ""hyphenated Americans do vote as ethnic blocs. To politicians who have constructed intricate political machines on an ethnic constituency basis, this news is somewhat stale; to sociologists who expect a modicum of breakdown by class and social affiliation.
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Publisher: Touchstone; Third Printing edition (March 15, 1973)
Pages: 284 pages