The Accidental American: Immigration and Citizenship in the Age of Globalization

In this no-holds-barred nonfiction narrative, activist, organizer, and immigration expert Rinku Sen reveals the racial and cultural conflicts embedded in the current immigration debate and explodes the myth that those living in both sending and receiving countries can enjoy the economic benefits of immigration while keeping their cultures static. more...
ISBN:9781609943080
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Words: 95,436
Unique Words: 6,361
Avg Sentence (words): 21.00
Avg Word (chars): 4.73
Chapters: 19
Paragraphs: 1,705
People: 590
Places: 266
Things: 517
Adult Reading Time:6:22
Sentiment: -0.00
Intensity: 0.07
Profanity: 19
SAT Words: 784
Reading Level:11.2
Complexity Index: 115

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