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Americans No More by Georgie Anne Geyer

Americans No More

by Georgie Anne Geyer

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Well known for her 30 years of journalism, as a columnist for the United Press Syndicate and a foreign correspondent for the Chicago Daily News, Georgie Anne Geyer's analysis of the fracturing of American society draws on extensive research and discussions with academics. While she deplores illegal immigration, she is disturbed too by recent trends among legal immigrants toward resisting assimilation, to the extent even of denying the primacy of English in some cases. The result, she argues, is a profound identity crisis in the United States, a nation created by immigrants but now with its established values threatened by a continued inflow of non-Americans.

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