Mistaken National Identity: Samuel Huntington’s Who Are We?

@article{Whitehead2005MistakenNI,
  title={Mistaken National Identity: Samuel Huntington’s Who Are We?},
  author={K. D. Whitehead and Falls Church},
  journal={The Catholic Social Science Review},
  year={2005},
  volume={10},
  pages={197-214}
}
In his 2004 book, Who Are We?, Harvard political scientist Samuel Huntington argues that America’s national identity is in danger of being lost because o f the influx o f immigrants, particularly Hispanic, who are not being assimilated to American society. Huntington believes that the American identity was formed through the interaction o f the Protestant Christianity o f the original settlers with the New World. He calls fo r a revival of the American identity through a return to its sources… Expand
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) critiquing an article mostly excerpted from Who Are We? The Challenge to America' s National Identity which Professor Huntington
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