Hyphenated American:

the Definition

An epithet having made it’s way into conversation from around 1890 to 1920, hyphenated American was first used as a term to belittle German Americans or Irish Americans who called for U.S. neutrality during WWI. Get the scoop on what the wiki-world provides as the definition and history of the term “hyphenated American”. 

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