The Road to Bosnia

Berger, Peter L.
August 1995
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Aug/Sep1995, Issue 55, p16
Narrates several stories which suggest that the U.S. still faces difficulties integrating into its society people from the most varied backgrounds as of August 1995. Russian boy who was asked by his teacher about what his people believe in; Refusal of a public school in Cambridge, Massachusetts, to admit two South African children; Remark made by a Russian woman which could be taken as anti-Semitic.


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