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New Irish Americans
Ray O’Hanlon (au); Pete Hamill (fr)
An account of the resurgence of the Irish in the U.S. since 1980, describing: the history of Irish immigration to America; the latest wave of immigrants from Ireland & their huge influence on American life; how the new Irish have handled popular stereotypes; current issues such as Northern Ireland & the peace process; the commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Great Famine in Ireland; & the problems that lie ahead for the Irish in the U.S., including new immigration laws & the future of the relationship between Irish-born & American-born “Irish.” O’Hanlon, who now lives in the U.S., is a native of Dublin, Ireland. “A lively, incisive rendering of the latest &, until now, least understood chapter in the transatlantic history of the Irish.” Illus.
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