Muslims on the Americanization Path?

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Abdul-Khaliq, Salim. The Untold Story of Blacks in Islam. Hampton: U.B. & U.S. Communication Systems, 1994.

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Abedin, Syed Z. and Saleha M. Abedin. “Muslim Minorities in Non-Muslim Societies.” The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern Islamic World. Ed. John L. Esposito. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994: 112-117.

Abell, Aaron Ignatius. The Urban Impact on American Protestantism, 18651900. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1943.

Abou El Fadl, Khaled. “Islamic Law and Muslim Minorities: The Juristic Discourse on Muslim From the Second/Eighth to the Eleventh/Seventeenth Centuries.” Islamic Law and Society 1, #2 (1994): 140-187.

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Abrams, Kathryn. “Title VII and the Complex Female Subject.” 92 Michigan Law Review (1994): 2481.

Abu-Bakr, Mohammed. Islam's Black Legacy: Some Leading Figures. Denver: Purple Dawn Books, Inc., 1993.

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