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What does it mean to be - or become - American amidst today's immigration debates? Deborah Schildkraut explores public opinion about the implications of American identity. Importantly, the book evaluates the claim that all Americans should prioritize their American identity instead of an ethnic or national origin identity. National identity can enhance participation, trust, and obligation. But it can also lead to threat and resentment, and, among members of minority groups, it can lead to alienation from political institutions and co-nationals.