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Home Browse Books Book details, Clamor at the Gates: The New American Immigration. Clamor at the Gates: The New American Immigration. The subject of immigration, particularly for those of us living in the American Southwest, has an air of critical immediacy about it that removes it from the area of merely academic consideration.
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Nathan Glazer, one of the country’s foremost urban sociologists, who became most closely identified with the circle .
Nathan Glazer, one of the country’s foremost urban sociologists, who became most closely identified with the circle of disillusioned liberals known as the neoconservatives, died on Saturday at his home in Cambridge, Mass. He was 95. His daughter, Sarah Glazer Khedouri, confirmed his death. He served on presidential task forces on urban affairs and education, and held teaching positions at Bennington College, Smith College and the University of California, Berkeley. At his death, he was a professor emeritus of sociology and education at Harvard University.
Clamor at the Gates: The New American Immigration. San Francisco: ICS Press, 1985. The New American Immigration: Evolving Patterns of Legal and Illegal Emigration, A Bibliography of Selected References. New York: Garland, 1987.
Book by Glazer, Nathan. ISBN13:9780917616693. Release Date:March 1985.
Nathan Glazer is Professor of Educa-tion and Sociology, Emeritus . His latest book, The Immigration Debate: Remaking America, was published last year.
A native New Yorker, he at-tended the City College of New York, the University of Pennsylvania, and Co-lumbia University. Orlando Patterson is John Cowles Professor of Sociology at Harvard University. His is also author of Promises Not Kept: The Betrayal of Social Change in the Third World, which is in its third edi-tion.
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Clamor at the Gates: The New American Immigration. New York: Berghahn Books, 1997. Desperate Crossings: Seeking Refuge in America.