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Barack Obama, the aloha zen president : how a son of the 50th state may revitalize America based on 12 multicultural principles / Michael Haas, editor ; foreword by Michael Dukakis ; with the kōkua of Ibrahim Aoudé ... [et al.]
Santa Barbara, Calif. : Praeger, c2011
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  HN90.M84 B37 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Multiculturalism -- United States
Cultural pluralism -- United States
Subject Obama, Barack
Physical Description xxiii, 436 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [365]-405) and index
Contents Multicultural Barack Obama / Michael Haas -- History of the struggles of the peoples of the islands / Michael Haas -- Public opinion and cultural values / Yasumasa Kuroda -- The multilingual state / Lāpaki -- The media: a mixed plate / Helen Geracimos Chapin -- The emergence of local literature / Rodney Morales -- Hawai'i calls: musics of the islands / Anthony J. Palmer -- Electoral politics: post-racial? / Dan Boylan and Michael Haas -- The strength of organized labor / Edward D. Beechert -- Social structure and social mobility / Michael Haas -- Multiculturalizing elementary and secondary education / Nina K. Buchanan, Robert A. Fox, and Michael Haas -- A university searching for identity / Michael Haas -- Crime and justice without profiling / A. Didrick Castberg -- Political economy and contemporary social struggles / Ibrahim Aoudé -- The communitarian pragmatist president / Michael Haas
Alternate Author Haas, Michael, 1938-
Aoudé, Ibrahim G

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