I wish to thank Thomas Sowell and The Urban Institute for making available page proofs of relevant parts of Essays and Data on American Ethnic Groups. I am also grateful to Anne Foner, Judith Friedlander, and Constance Sutton for helpful suggestions.
WEST INDIANS IN NEW YORK CITY AND LONDON: A Comparative Analysis
Article first published online: 18 JUL 2012
1989 Center for Migration Studies
Center for Migration Studies special issues
Special Issue: Caribbean Life in New York City: Sociocultural Dimensions
Volume 7, Issue 1, pages 108–120, January 1989
How to Cite
FONER, N. (1989), WEST INDIANS IN NEW YORK CITY AND LONDON: A Comparative Analysis. Center for Migration Studies special issues, 7: 108–120. doi: 10.1111/j.2050-411X.1989.tb00981.x
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