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|Description:||XVI-355 p. : ill., couv. ill. ; 1993.|
|Contents:||Preface Acknowledgments Introduction 1. Origins of the Movement 2. Who Am I? Creating an Asian American Identity and Culture 3. Race versus Gender: The Asian American Women's Movement 4. Speaking Out: The Asian American Alternative Press 5. Activists and the Development of Asian American Studies 6. "To Serve the People": Reformers and Community-Based Organizations 7. The Emergence and Eclipse of Maoist Organizations 8. From Radical to Electoral Politics: The Asian American Odyssey for Empowerment Conclusion Abbreviations Notes Index|
|Series Title:||Asian American history and culture; Asian American history and culture, 1993.|
"This is the first-ever study of the Asian American movement. It is a unique source and is going to have a significant audience among all those interested in the Asian American experience." --Richard