By Reed Ueda, Melissa Edris
A spouse to American Immigration is an authoritative number of unique essays via major students at the significant issues and subject matters underlying American immigration history.
- Focuses at the most crucial classes in American Immigration heritage: the economic Revolution (1820-1930) and the Globalizing period (Cold conflict to the present)
- Provides an in-depth remedy of relevant subject matters, together with fiscal conditions, acculturation, social mobility, and assimilation
- Includes an introductory essay through the amount editor.
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Norman and Naomi Zucker write that refugee policy “has become an exercise in alchemy: how to transform refugees into immigrants, immigrants who can be controlled, regulated, and above all, chosen” (Zucker and Zucker 1996, pp. 6–7). The racial concerns both implicitly and explicitly encoded into the Refugee Act and its corresponding resettlement programs help explain the transition between immigration reform in the 1960s and the persistence of a racialized American gatekeeping in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries.
A Companion to American Immigration by Reed Ueda, Melissa Edris