By Bernard A. Weisberger
That accommodating nature, Weisberger issues out, has now not continuously been the case. every one wave of immigrants met resistance from the reigning institution. nonetheless, the USA replaced them, and so they replaced the USA. This booklet is the compelling tale of ways "the American, this new man," as French-American author Crèvecoeur known as the younger country's electorate, has remained new for greater than 3 centuries.
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