Still the Golden Door: The Third World Comes to America
This work updates an established American textbook on immigration and ethnic history, demonstrating the post-war shift from European to Third World immigrants. Extensive revisions include a discussion of undocumented immigration and the Simpson-Rodino Bill. All the important events of the last five years, especially the 1990 Immigration Act, are presented. The author examines the changes in refugee status and highlights the new wave of East European and Soviet immigrants to the USA.
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Third World Immigration Before World War II
The Door Opens a Little 19431965
Braceros and Los Mojados
The Immigration Act of 1965
The New Asian Immigrants
Mexico Central and South America
Third World Refugees
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