2011-2012 National Asian Pacific American Political Almanac (14th Edition)

Many Bridges

Press: UCLA Asian American Studies Center Press


Authors: Don T. Nakanishi, UCLA, and James Lai, Santa Clara University

ISBN: 978-0-934052-45-0


Paperback: $15.00




Published since 1976, the National Asian Pacific American Political Almanac has received rave reviews from elected officials, community leaders, social services providers, librarians, journalists, researchers, students, and others interested in the growing political participation of the nation's 17 million Asian Pacific Americans.

The indispensable reference guide to Asian Pacific American politics. -- Library Journal


Resource Guide


A political directory containing the largest, record-setting number of Asian Pacific American elected and major appointed officials and judges in U.S. history: Over 3000 in 38 states, the federal level, American Samoa, Guam, and Northern Mariana Islands.


Current data on Asian Pacific American voting trends, census, and exit polls.


A national listing of Asian Pacific American political and civil rights organizations.


Commentaries by top political scientists and community leaders from across the nation on President Obama's first term, expectations for the 2012 presidential election, and major political forecasts.


E-version available in early 2012. Print version available now.




The 2011-2012, 14th edition of the National Asian Pacific American Political Almanac can be purchased for $15 (plus $5 shipping/handling; CA residents add 8.75% tax). Orders and communications can be addressed to aascpress@aasc.ucla.edu or (310) 825-2968. Bulk rates also available.


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UCLA Asian American Studies Center Press,
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Los Angeles, CA 90095-1546.