An Italian/American State of Mind
Does a poor Italian/American woman whose last name happens to be somehow Italian have more in common with Rudy Giuliani or with a poor African American share-cropper? I don't know...
Does a poor woman whose last name happens to be somehow Italian have
something in common with Rudy Giuliani? Is it a blood thing? Why should they have the same "state of mind?"
Catholic schools used to be a place where the needs of the IA community could be provided for. Should the role of the community college be the same?
To understand the "Italian American state of mind" necessitates a major social scientific study. It is still an enigma - ironically to Italian Americans themselves
Here at i-Italy, Anthony Tamburi has a fascinating article posted: "An
Italian/American State of Mind." I hope many will read it. I am posting this comment with a mind towards...