Political Contributions by Asian Americans: An Analysis of the 2002 Massachusetts Gubernatorial Campaign
The Institute for Asian American Studies has analyzed and chronicled, often for the first time, the involvement of Asian Americans in the daily life of the Commonwealth. Over the last few decades Massachusetts has experienced a remarkably rapid growth in its Asian American population. Between 1990 and 2000, for example, this population grew by 67.5% to 238,124. Asian Americans now constitute just under 4% of the state’s population
Watanabe, Paul and Kim-Ju, Gregory, "Political Contributions by Asian Americans: An Analysis of the 2002 Massachusetts Gubernatorial Campaign" (2004). Institute for Asian American Studies Publications. 15.
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