Through extensive quantitative analysis of census reports and marriage records Bernard studies the pattern of intergroup marriage - the ultimate test of assimilation - during a period of massive migration to this country. Both historians and sociologists will find this work of interest as an example of quantitative methodology and for its new evidence of an important subject.
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