Minority Political Empowerment in New York City: Beyond the Voting Rights Act
Frank J. Macchiarola and Joseph G. Diaz look at the recent redistricting for New York City's fifty-one member City Council in light of the requirements of the federal Voting Rights Act. They analyze the sharp competition that developed among minority groups and resulted in the council having, by far, the largest number of Afro-Americans and Latinos in its history.
White on Arrival: Italians, Race, Color, and Power in Chicago, 1890-1945, Thomas A. Guglielmo Reviewed by Frank J. Macchiarola
The Paradox of Representation: Racial Gerrymandering and Minority Interests in Congress, David Lublin Reviewed by Frank J. Macchiarola
Voting Rights and Democracy: The Law and Politics of Districting, Richard K. Scher, Jon L. Mills and John J. Hotaling Reviewed by Frank J. Macchiarola
Fighting Words: Individuals, Communities, and Liberties of Speech, Kent Greenawalt Reviewed by Frank J. Macchiarola
New York at Mid-Century: The Impellitteri Years, Salvatore J. LaGumina Reviewed by Frank J. Macchiarolamore by this author
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