Protest has become a useful window for examining all sorts of broader political phenomena. Using event data from newspaper reports, we trace protest by Vietnamese Americans since the first major wave of immigration. By looking at the issues, tactics, and development of protest within the Vietnamese American community in Orange County, California, we get a view of the development and incorporation of that community into contemporary American politics.
Protest and Political Incorporation: Vietnamese American Protests in Orange County, California, 1975–2001
Như-Ngọc T. Ông, David S. Meyer; Protest and Political Incorporation: Vietnamese American Protests in Orange County, California, 1975–2001. Journal of Vietnamese Studies 1 February 2008; 3 (1): 78–107. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/vs.2008.3.1.78
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