By Reed Ueda, Melissa Edris
A spouse to American Immigration is an authoritative number of unique essays via prime students at the significant themes and issues underlying American immigration history.
- Focuses at the most vital classes in American Immigration historical past: the commercial Revolution (1820-1930) and the Globalizing period (Cold warfare to the present)
- Provides an in-depth therapy of primary subject matters, together with fiscal conditions, acculturation, social mobility, and assimilation
- Includes an introductory essay through the quantity editor.
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Extra resources for A Companion to American Immigration
Peters, Katherine McIntire (1996). htm (January 3, 2001). Price, Charles Archibald (1974). The Great White Walls Are Built: Restrictive Immigration to North America and Australasia, 1836–1888. Canberra: Australian Institute of International Affairs in association with Australian National University Press. Purdy, Matthew (2001).
Parish, T. David (1992). ” Columbia Law Review 92: 923–53. Peffer, George Anthony (1999). If They Don’t Bring Their Women Here: Chinese Female Immigration Before Exclusion. Urbana: University of Illinois Press. , ed. (1997). Immigrants Out! The New Nativism and the Anti-Immigrant Impulse in the United States. New York: New York University Press. Peters, Katherine McIntire (1996). htm (January 3, 2001). Price, Charles Archibald (1974). The Great White Walls Are Built: Restrictive Immigration to North America and Australasia, 1836–1888.
One of the most important immigration laws passed during this period, the 1952 Walter–McCarran Act, clearly demonstrates both the continuity and change in relation to immigration law characterizing this era. It reinforced the tough restrictions of the 1920s by maintaining the national origins quotas, but it abolished the Asiatic Barred Zone, one of the most discriminatory aspects of previous immigration law. As a precursor to the 1965 act, it introduced a system of preference categories for skilled laborers and relatives of US citizens and permanent residents.
A Companion to American Immigration by Reed Ueda, Melissa Edris