Political Participation and Ethnic Minorities: Chinese Overseas in Malaysia, Indonesia, and the United States


From New York City's Chinatown to urban Indonesia, there are fifty-million ethnic Chinese living outside of China. Their strong sense of community, along with their considerable economic clout, makes them a compelling group with which to study immigrant political participation. Amy Freedman's empirical study examines the hows and whys of Chinese overseas political activity in these three diverse countries.

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