Asian Americans and Immigration in the United States

Fikremariam, Kidest; Smith, Raymond Arthur

This issue brief explores the importance of the growing Asian American population in the United States, especially in regards to immigration policy and its implications for political engagement. In doing so, it touches upon cross cutting cleavages within the demographic, discussing markers of identity such as socioeconomic background and education.


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Political Science
Majority Rule and Minority Rights Issue Briefs
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February 23, 2015