Alnasrawi, Abbas
June 2007
Arab Studies Quarterly;Summer/Fall2007, Vol. 29 Issue 3/4, p111
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the development, growth, and decline of the Association of Arab-American University Graduates (AAUG). The organization's success in its first two decades, the development of a think-tank, and its progressive orientation are discussed. The centrality of the Palestine issue is examined. The organization's lack of funding, the creation of Arab-American lobbying organizations, and the decline of AAUG are also explored. The author discusses his work as president of AAUG.


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