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Conclusion

Conclusion  

David A. Gerber

in American Immigration: A Very Short Introduction

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Jun 2011
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The United States is truly a multicultural society, or a global society, as any visitor to the country will attest. This global society has developed in fits and starts. The Conclusion ... More
4. Crucibles of war

4. Crucibles of war  

Madeline Y. Hsu

in Asian American History: A Very Short Introduction

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Jan 2017
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Hostilities lingered in the immediate aftermath of the war, but the onset of the Cold War dramatically improved the standing of Japanese Americans. “Crucibles of war” explains how the ... More
1. Empires and migration

1. Empires and migration  

Madeline Y. Hsu

in Asian American History: A Very Short Introduction

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Jan 2017
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The first Asians—Filipino “Luzon Indians” on a Spanish galleon—arrived on the North American continent in the late sixteenth century. Through periods of conquest and capitalism, and then ... More
7. The future of assimilation

7. The future of assimilation  

David A. Gerber

in American Immigration: A Very Short Introduction

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American institutions have from the start been shaped around accommodating differences. Some commentators now believe that this culture has ended and that current mass immigration is ... More
5. Imperialism, immigration, and capitalism

5. Imperialism, immigration, and capitalism  

Madeline Y. Hsu

in Asian American History: A Very Short Introduction

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“Imperialism, immigration, and capitalism” considers the Southeast Asians who entered the United States between 1975 and 1994, mostly as refugees resulting from theVietnam War. It goes on ... More
Introduction: mass immigration, past and present

Introduction: mass immigration, past and present  

David A. Gerber

in American Immigration: A Very Short Introduction

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Jun 2011
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The United States is a nation of diverse peoples bound together through an allegiance to the constitution. The Introduction looks at where the people of the United States have come from and ... More
3. Living in the margins

3. Living in the margins  

Madeline Y. Hsu

in Asian American History: A Very Short Introduction

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“Living in the margins” considers the lived realities of immigrants’ efforts to foster community, livelihood, and family under exclusion. Birthright citizenship was a key steppingstone to ... More
4. Mass population movements and resettlement, 1820–1924

4. Mass population movements and resettlement, 1820–1924  

David A. Gerber

in American Immigration: A Very Short Introduction

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How did immigration and resettlement affect the people within the massive migration cohorts? The processes of mass international migration happened within the historical context of the ... More
5. Mass population movements and resettlement, 1965 to the present

5. Mass population movements and resettlement, 1965 to the present  

David A. Gerber

in American Immigration: A Very Short Introduction

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The 1970s saw for the United States a new wave of immigration. In 2005, the United States was the largest recipient of international migrants. ‘Mass population movements and resettlement, ... More
2. Race and the American republic

2. Race and the American republic  

Madeline Y. Hsu

in Asian American History: A Very Short Introduction

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Asian immigration tested American ideals of equality, forcing the issue of whether all racial groups could be integrated into the United States. “Race and the American Republic” describes ... More
2. Regulation and exclusion

2. Regulation and exclusion  

David A. Gerber

in American Immigration: A Very Short Introduction

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The journey towards regulation and exclusion began in California. In the 1840s, California attracted thousands of Americans, Europeans, Chinese, and South Americans. A movement inspired by ... More
3. Removing barriers and debating consequences in the mid-twentieth century

3. Removing barriers and debating consequences in the mid-twentieth century  

David A. Gerber

in American Immigration: A Very Short Introduction

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World War II saw the beginning of a process of rethinking American immigration and naturalization. The United States had an international image problem to deal with. ‘Removing barriers and ... More
1. Unregulated immigration and its opponents from Colonial America to the mid-nineteenth century

1. Unregulated immigration and its opponents from Colonial America to the mid-nineteenth century  

David A. Gerber

in American Immigration: A Very Short Introduction

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Immigration has been an issue that the United States has always had to face. American law and policy has evolved gradually over immigration and citizenship. In the American context, there ... More
6. The widening mainstream

6. The widening mainstream  

David A. Gerber

in American Immigration: A Very Short Introduction

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Jun 2011
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There have always been anxieties among the American population about a perceived unwillingness of immigrants to become Americans. Ethnicity has been a phenomenon common to all immigrant ... More

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