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Table of Contents Prologue Introduction Chapter 1: American Democracy and the Dilemmas of Dual Citizenship Part I: American National Identity: The Framework Chapter 2: American National Identity: The Search for the Missing Link Chapter 3: American National Identity: A Theory Part II: The Domestic Challenges to American National Identity Chapter 4: Multiculturalism and American National Identity Chapter 5: Hyphenation and American National Identity Part III: The Global Challenges to American National Identity Chapter 6: Transnationalism and American National Identity Chapter 7: Why Not a Transnational American National Identity Part IV: The Development of National Identity Chapter 8: Do Multiple National Attachments Equal Conflicted National Loyalties? Chapter 9: Reforming Dual Citizenship: Some Modest Proposals Chapter 10: Becoming American: Some Modest Proposals Epilogue Appendices References
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
United States -- Emigration and immigration -- Government policy.
National characteristics, American.
Immigrants -- United States -- Social conditions.