A striking fact of twentieth-century history is the tenacity with which ethno-national groups have maintained their distinct identity, institutions, and desire for self-government. There are few examples in this century of national minorities—that is, national groups who share a state with larger national groups— voluntarily assimilating into the larger society.
North Americans often overlook this fact, because they fail to distinguish immigrants from national minorities. Immigrant...
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