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"This book makes a strategic selection to demonstrate a singular hypothesis about the prospects that transnational migrations have the capacity to improve civic life in the years to come. The argument is fresh, thoroughly pursued, and convincing."--Howard Gillette, Rutgers University-Camden

Chapter List

Tables Acknowledgement Part I. Introduction 1. Creating Diversity Capital: Migrants in Divided Cities Part II. Social and Economic Transformations 2. Living in the Middle 3. Working and Studying in the Middle Part III. Political Transformations 4. From Saint Jean-Baptiste to Saint Patrick: Montreal's Twisting Path to Intercultural Diversity 5. Regime Change in Washington 6 From Red to Orange: Kyiv's Post-Soviet Municipal Regime Part IV. Concluding Observations 7. Diversity Capital Created Appendix: Research Design and Methodology for the Kyiv Surveys Notes Index

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