The Movement to Americanize the Immigrant, Issue 545
Looks at a period in history from 1915-1916, which preceded the entrance of America into World War l. The movement, characterized as the Americanization Crusade stressed the desirability of rapid assimilation of immigrants through special classes, lectures and mass meetings.
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The Movement Strengthened through State Action
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