The silent minority

McGurn, William
June 1991
National Review;6/24/1991, Vol. 43 Issue 11, p19
Documents Republican efforts to recruit Asian-Americans to their political party. Common factors that create a natural affinity between many Asian-Americans and Republican principles; How Asian-Americans can enhance the Republican Party; Why Asian-Americans have had little political interest to date.


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