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confession of a hyphenated American

  • 63 Pages
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  • English
Fleming H. Revell company , New York, Chicago [etc.]
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Statementby Edward A. Steiner.
LC ClassificationsE184.A1 S8
The Physical Object
Pagination63 p.
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Open LibraryOL6586443M
LC Control Number16009183

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Loss of tradition, language, identity. It is a story of assimilation, of congruence, of distance and dissonance. A bona fide chameleon, this L.A.-based everyman is "Mexican hyphen American" or, as he wryly puts it, "almost white." Recognized twice as one of the " Most Influential Hispanics" by Hispanic Business Magazine, Najera has worked with and mentored some of the biggest stars in Hollywood, including Cheech Marin, Jimmy Smits, Mario Lopez, Sofia.

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Chay Yew has been hailed by Time magazine as a promising ne /5(4). When the United States joined the Allies in World War I, the loyalty of German Americans came into question. They weren’t the only newcomers being stereotyped.

Italian immigrants and Jews were seen by some as disloyal and ation from China was severely restricted by the Chinese exclusion act of It was within that context that ex-President Theodore Roosevelt weighed into.

The term "hyphenated American" was published byand was common as a derogatory term by During World War I the issue arose of the primary political loyalty of ethnic groups with close ties to Europe, especially German Americans and also Irish Americans.

Identity of Asian-American Many Americans identify themselves by a hyphenated title. People of these groups were almost all immigrants who moved to United States from their native country. United States of America has been founded on the basis of immigration and refugee.

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Epithet. The term hyphenated American is an epithet common used to disparage Americans who were of foreign birth or origin, and who displayed an allegiance to a foreign country.

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It was most commonly used to disparage German-Americans or Irish-Americans who called for U.S. neutrality in World War president Theodore Roosevelt was a leader in usage in. Mary Norris describes her nascent love affair with the New Yorker in her new book “Between You and Me: Confessions of a Grammar Queen.” In the summer of she was reading one of John McPhee’s impeccable and exact pieces about the Alaskan wilderness, and came across a new word, synecdoche (sin-NECK-duh-kee).

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This book is designed. American identity, viewed in this light, has long been a hyphenated entity, paring the ethnic/ancestral by a hyphen with the fluid-rather-than-fixed “mainstream” called “American.” Most of today’s style guides recommend dropping the hyphen, designating the first word that indicates ancestral origin, as an adjective for “American.”.

The hyphen is a punctuation mark used to join words and to separate syllables of a single word. The use of hyphens is called hyphenation. The hyphen should not be confused with dashes, which are longer and have different uses, or with the minus sign, which is also longer in some contexts.For Roosevelt, the hyphenated construction of an American denies the authenticity and full voice of what America means to him: "If the American has the right stuff in him, I care not a snap of my.

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