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In “Tribes” (1992), Joel Kotkin wrote: “By the 1930s Armenians in the US were enjoying a standard of living that was not only higher than that for other immigrants but was higher than the standard of native white Americans as well.”

In “Tribes” (1992), Joel Kotkin wrote: “By the 1930s Armenians in the US were enjoying a standard of living that was not only higher than that for other immigrants but was higher than the standard of native white Americans as well.”

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