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  • A Different Mirror
    Important quotes from A Different Mirror by Ronald Takaki incorporate the theme that many different races and cultures helped build America, show the attitude of the ruling structure toward...

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    There is an excellent analysis of A Different Mirror available on eNotes—I will link this in the sources at the bottom of this question. In brief, though, this is a US history with a unique...

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    A Different Mirror by Ronald Takaki doesn't have characters as such. It's largely a history book and a commentary on the different experiences of cultures in the United States. However, there are a...

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    A Different Mirror by Ronald Takaki has several themes, including: that America has a multicultural heritage that is largely unacknowledged by history that the same tactics used against the Native...

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  • A Different Mirror
    A Different Mirror by Ronald Takaki is a discussion of America's cultural heritage and the many things that aren't taught in traditional history classes. He posits that history that isn't...

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    The master narrative, or central argument, of A Different Mirror is revealed in the subtitle "A History of Multicultural America." As Takaki argues, "the established scholarship has tended to...

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  • A Different Mirror
    Ronald Takaki's book A Different Mirror is a historical account of the various cultures that have come together, or fought, to create the United States as we know it. The book was published in 1993...

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