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CHAPTER 1 Origins and Destinies: Immigration, Race, and Ethnicity in American History 1 Silvia Pedraza CHAPTER 2 Origins and Destinies: Immigration, Race, and Ethnicity in Contemporary America 21 Ruben G. Rumbaut COLOR AND CASTE NATIVES AND AFRICANS CHAPTER 3 North American Indians and the Demography of Contact 43 Russell Thornton CHAPTER 4 From Sundown to Sunup: Slavery and the Making of the Black Community 60 George P Rawick CHAPTER 5 Farewell--We're Good and Gone: Black Migration from the PostBellum South 73 Carole Marks LATIN AMERICANS CHAPTER 6 Mexican Americans: Their Civic and Political Incorporation 84 Ricardo Romo CHAPTER 7 Migration, Community, and Culture: The United States-Puerto Rican Experience 98 Hictor A. Carrasquillo and Virginia Sdnchez-Korrol ASIANS CHAPTER 8 Family, Economy, and the State: A Legacy of Struggle for Chinese American Women 110 Esther Ngan-Ling Chow CHAPTER 9 The Other Issei: Japanese Immi- grant Women in the Pre-World War II Period 125 Evelyn Nakano Glenn and Rhacel Salazar Parreilas PRE-WORLD WAR I WAVES OF EUROPEAN MIGRATION NORTHWEST EUROPEANS CHAPTER 10 The Protestant Establishment: Its History, Its Legacy-Its Future? 141 Howard G. Schneiderman CHAPTER 11 German Americans: Paradoxes of a "Model Minority" 152 Walter D. Kamphoefner CHAPTER 12 Erin's Children in America: Three Centuries of Irish Immigration to the United States 161 Hasia Diner SOUTHERN AND EASTERN EUROPEANS CHAPTER 13 Italian Americans: A Century of Ethnic Change 172 Richard D. Alba CHAPTER 14 Mobility and Continuity among Eastern European Jews 182 Steven J. Gold and Bruce Phillips CHAPTER 15 From Peasant to Worker: The Polish Immigrant in the United States 195 Dominic A. Pacyga THE WATERSHED: THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT AND ITS AFTERMATH CHAPTER 16 The Civil Rights Movement: A Social and Political Watershed 206 Aldon Morris and Cedric Herring CHAPTER 17 Que Viva la Raza: The Many Faces of the Chicano Movement, 1963-1971 224 James Diego Vigil CHAPTER 18 American Indians and Political Protest: The "Red Power" Years 238 Stephen Cornell CONTEMPORARY WAVES OF LATIN AMERICAN AND ASIAN MIGRATION LATIN AMERICANS CHAPTER 19 Borders and Bridges: Undocumented Immigrants from Mexico and Central America 250 Leo R. Chavez CHAPTER 20 Cuba's Refugees: Manifold Migrations 263 Silvia Pedraza CHAPTER 21 Dominicans in the United States: First- and Second-Generation Settlement 280 Sherri Grasmuck and Patricia Pessar ASIANS CHAPTER 22 Filipino Americans: Many and Varied 293 Benjamin V Carifto CHAPTER 23 The Entrepreneurial Adaptation of Korean Immigrants 302 Pyong Gap Min CHAPTER 24 A Legacy of War: Refugees from Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia 315 Ruben G. Rumbaut URBAN DESTINIES CHAPTER 25 New York as an Immigrant City 334 Frederick M. Binder and David M. Reimers CHAPTER 26 Los Angeles: Explosive Diversity 346 Mehdi Bozorgmehr, Georges Sabagh, and Ivan Light CHAPTER 27 Miami Spice: The Ethnic Cauldron Simmers 360 Guillermo J. Grenier and Lisandro Pgrez CHAPTER 28 Washington, D.C.: The Changing Social Landscape of the International Capital City 373 Robert D. Manning COLOR AND CLASS CHAPTER 29 The First Americans: American Indians 390 C. Matthew Snipp CHAPTER 30 The Health of the African American Population 404 David R. Williams CHAPTER 31 The Wages of Race: Color and Employment Opportunity in Chicago's Inner City 417 Marta Tienda and Haya Stier SELF AND OTHERS CHAPTER 32 Language Acquisition and Loss Among Children of Immigrants 432 Alejandro Portes and Richard Schauffler CHAPTER 33 Optional Ethnicities: For Whites Only? 444 Mary C. Waters CHAPTER 34 The Complexity of Racial Attitudes in America 455 Howard Schuman and Charlotte Steeh CHAPTER 35 Contesting the Meaning of Race in the Post-Civil Rights Movement Era 470 Michael Omi and Howard Winant EPILOGUE CHAPTER 36 American Paradox 479 Silvia Pedraza