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Arab Americans: Issues, Attitudes and Views (2000)
Until recently, the establishment of Arab Americans as an organized political constituency had been, for the most part, in a formative process. This year, however, Arab Americans have arrived as an independent-minded and highly motivated political force with a common agenda.
A Zogby International study recently completed for the Arab American Institute sought to explore the attitudes of Arab Americans on a range of domestic and foreign policy issues. Before examining its findings about those issues that are of special concern to Arab Americans, it is interesting to sketch the portrait of the community's characteristics that emerge from the study's results.
From the desk of Dr. Zogby
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Air Date: 5/31/2012
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The story of Arab Americans coming of age as an organized community is a classic American tale of immigrants seeking opportunity, benefiting from America’s freedoms, but also experiencing, at times, the dark side of exclusion and discrimination that has so often been a part of our nation’s history. Read More »