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"On Persecution, Identity & Activism"

Hi All,

I’d like to tell you about my new book, On Persecution, Identity and Activism: Aspects of the Italian-American Experience from the Late 19th Century to Today. It is a definitive work on the many trials and tribulations that Italian-Americans have suffered over the past 120 years. While other books have focused on specific areas of anti-Italianism, this encompasses the great bulk of persecution that existed in the United States, through the use of a historical timeline. Lynchings, slave labor, executions, internment, discrimination, police brutality and other abuses are all covered. The book also shows the reader how Italian-American identity has evolved through the years, and that there is still no consensus on its definition. Modern activism is addressed as well, especially the ongoing anti-defamation campaign and the Columbus Day controversy. Due to the striking similarities between Italian immigrants of the past and contemporary immigrants, On Persecution, Identity and Activism is truly a “must read” for anyone attempting to better understand the vexing immigration questions of our own times.

http://www.danteuniversity.org/bookstore.html

If interested in obtaining a copy of the hottest new book in the field of ethnic studies, please write out a check for $24.95 (this includes shipping) and make it payable to Branden Books. Send check to: Dante University of America, P.O. Box 812158, Wellesley, MA 02482, U.S.A.

It is advisable that you write down your name, telephone number and address on a slip of paper and include it in your envelope.

Thanks for your time.

Sincerely,
Cristogianni Borsella

Submitted by Cristogianni Borsella, posted on Sunday April 23, @04:19PM

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