Faith, Fact, and Fiction: What Muslim Americans Really Mean for U.S. Democracy
Seven years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks catapulted Muslims into the American spotlight, concerns and fears over their presence and assimilation remain at an all-time high. Yet, research on Muslim Americans themselves shows they are diverse, well-integrated, and largely mainstream in their attitudes, values, and behaviors.
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