The thesis of “From the Ground Up …” may be characterized as optimistic, imaginative, and inspirational, viewing as it does the extended role of multiethnic literature in humanities curricula. Unless a humane community, or even a sense of community, as envisioned, is built, the viability of America as a pluralistic nation is very much at risk. Placing the beginning of building such a realization of a “sense of community” upon the individual's responsible actions resulting from the reflection and decision well justifies the title Bedrosian selected.
Critique [of From the Ground Up: Multiethnic Literature in the Humanities Curriculum by Margaret Bedrosian]
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Cortland P. Auser; Critique [of From the Ground Up: Multiethnic Literature in the Humanities Curriculum by Margaret Bedrosian]. Explorations in Ethnic Studies 1 July 1987; 10 (2): 11–12. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/ees.19126.96.36.199
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