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Taegu

(dī`go͞o`), Jap. Taiku, city (1995 pop. 2,449,139), S South Korea, on the Sincheon and Geum rivers. An indepdendent metropolitan city, it is a transportation hub, a major industrial center, and a primary collection and distribution point for an extensive agricultural and mining region. Daegu has important textile and machine industries. The Nakdong River basin supplies raw materials for industry. During the Korean War the city formed a major bastion in the United Nations perimeter defense of the Busan beachhead, and in Aug., 1950, it became the temporary capital of South Korea. Daegu remains a major hub of U.S. forces in South Korea. Its name is also romanized as Taeku.
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Kim, Claire Jean and Taeku Lee 2001 "Interracial Politics: Asian Americans and Other Communities of Color." PS: Political Science and Politics 34: 631-637.
Taeku Lee, Karthrick Ramakrishnan & Ricardo Martinez (Eds.) University of Virginia Press.
Ramirez has built an impressive portfolio of scholarship that includes numerous journal articles and a published book titled Transforming Politics, Transforming America: The Political and Civic Incorporations of Immigrants in the United States, which he co-edited with scholars Taeku Lee and S.
[Review of the book Mobilizing public opinion: Black insurgency and racial attitudes in the civil rights era, by Taeku Lee].
(46.) Mark Schlesinger & Taeku Lee, Is Health Care Different?
347 (1997) (suggesting that changing the legal system may not be the best way to overcome the racial subordination of Asian Americans); Taeku Lee, Racial Attitudes and the Color Line(s) at the Close of the Twentieth Century, in THE STATE OF ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICA: TRANSFORMING RACE RELATIONS 103 (Paul M.
For the effective management of complex urban systems and the improvement of the quality of public services, geographic information systems (GIS) have been introduced beginning in the early 1980s by many local governments in South Korea such as Seoul, KwangJu, TaeKu, SeongNam, KwaChon, and InChon.
This article started out of conversations with Tom Philipson, was further motivated by a presentation by Philippe Penelle, and has benefitted a lot from the suggestions and encouragement of participants at a panel at the 1998 Midwest Political Science Association annual meetings, participants in workshops at Rutgers University, University of California, Irvine, University of California, San Diego, and the University of Chicago, David Austen-Smith, David Epstein, Jim Fearon, Bernard Grofman, Taeku Lee, Peyton Young, students in my graduate game theory classes, and anonymous referees.
(146.) Karthick Ramarrishnan & Taeku Lee, Views of a Diverse Electorate: Opinions of California Registered Voters in 2014 8-10 (2014), available at http://www.naasurvey.com/ resources/Home/NAAS-Field-2014-final.pdf.
Karthick Ramakrishna, Taeku Lee, and Jane Junn, Asian American Political Participation (New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2011).
Also in this issue, we have MONICA PORTS' account of Hmong farmers subjected to an almost neo-feudal status in their dealings with such companies as Tyson; a special report on how race is discussed in the age of Obama with contributions from SHIRLEY SHERROD, WILLIAM JULIUS WILSON, RANDALL KENNEDY, TAEKU LEE, and IAN HANEY-LOPEZ; and our spring books issue.