Franklin Foer
July 2001
New Republic;7/2/2001, Vol. 225 Issue 1, p15
Focuses on Asian Americans' growing acceptance of identity politics. Neoconservatives' characterization of Asians in the United States as a passive and "model minority"; Efforts by student activists in the late 1960s to raise political and social awareness among members of the Asian American community; Political affiliations of Asian Americans.


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