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Anderson, Amy, 1980- (2001)In discussing the present situation of Native Americans in the United States, it is important to understand the extent to which government policies have been inflicted upon Indians, specifically the Lakota, in the past as ...
Al-Dookhi, Alyssa Bader Abdullatif Farhan (2009)Arabs have been immigrating to the United States since the late nineteenth century, and there are approximately 850,000 people of Arab ancestry living there today. Arabs arrived in the U.S. in two major waves; the first ...