Arab-Americans: Turning away - The Economist

Arab-Americans: Turning away

Arab-Americans: Turning away - The Economist
Arab-Americans: Turning away
Published Sep 04, 2004
916 words — Published Sep 04, 2004
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A group that voted for Bush last time loses faith in him HE WAS known as a good neighbour in the Chicago suburb where he lived. He would help carry groceries, and was ready with a smile and a greeting. But on August 30th Sami Khoshaba...

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