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This chapter is a report on the lives of immigrant taxi-drivers in New York City. The immediate occasion for this essay was a brutal assault on a NYC taxi-driver by a man who had served in the U.S. Army in Afghanistan. The essay was also a contribution to the debate around the so-called Ground Zero mosque.

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