Undying Creed: Joel Kotkin on the acceleration of our exceptionalism; and few have focused on what may well be the US's most historically significant and powerful weapon — its emergence as the modern world's first multiracial superpower. A review of Savages & Scoundrels: The Untold Story of America’s Road to Empire through Indian Territory by Paul VanDevelder. A review of Everything You Know about Indians Is Wrong by Paul Chaat Smith. The first chapter from Native American History For Dummies by Dorothy Lippert and Stephen J. Spignesi. A review of The Making of African America: The Four Great Migrations by Ira Berlin (and more). Richard Posner reviews What Comes Naturally: Miscegenation Law and the Making of Race in America by Peggy Pascoe and Klara-Stephanie Szlezak (Regensburg): The Ellis Island Experience: Through the Eyes of Lewis Hine. Our Muddled Masses: Urgent economic self-interest as well as ethical demands require a fundamental change in immigration policy. A review of Latino Immigrants and the Transformation of the U.S. South. From The American Conservative, His-Panic: Talk TV sensationalists and axe-grinding ideologues have fallen for a myth of immigrant lawlessness (and more from Reason). From The Nation, Katha Pollitt and Alexander Cockburn debate the Hispanic crime rate. A headquarters for human smuggling: A review of The Snakehead: An Epic Tale of the Chinatown Underworld and the American Dream by Patrick Radden Keefe. A review of Driven Out: The Forgotten War against Chinese Americans by Jean Pfaelzer. A review of The Poker Bride: The First Chinese in the Wild West by Christopher Corbett. A review of How Does It Feel to Be a Problem Being Young and Arab in America by Moustafa Bayoumi.