TODAY'S , TOMORROW'S CITIZENS by  engar

TODAY'S , TOMORROW'S CITIZENS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is a study and explanation of the refugee, in an effort to clarify his background and problems in the American and thereby facilitate his adjustment. Who and how many are the refugees, what they fled; their first reactions and experiences in the United States, problems of adjustment and or orientation, for young and for old. The typical refugee whether individual, family, or community. It is interesting to note several factors in this study firstly that there has been no economic displacement, there are power alians today than in 1931. Secondly, the cultural level of the refugee today is of an much higher a standard that his americanization is far more feasible. Lastly, that the refugees (far lesser numerically than one would suppose) are making a great cultural contribution to this country. Clear, Impartial presentation -- based on a survey of true se.

Publisher: Harper