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" Europe, contained a large and increasing number of the weak, the broken and the mentally crippled of all races drawn from the lowest stratum of the Mediterranean basin and the Balkans, together... "
The Passing of the Great Race: Or, The Racial Basis of European History - Page 89
by Madison Grant - 1918 - 296 pages
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Unmeltable Ethnics: Politics and Culture in American Life

Social Science - 1995 - 486 pages
..."the foreign laborers," he adds, America would have remained "exclusively native American and Nordic." These new immigrants were no longer exclusively members...impulse to improve their social conditions. ... the European governments took the opportunity to unload upon careless, wealthy and hospitable America the...
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Document-based Assessment Activities for U.S. History Classes

Kenneth Hilton - History - 1999 - 126 pages
...book, The Passing of the Great Race, by Madison Grant, published in 1916 by Charles Scribner's Sons. These new immigrants were no longer exclusively members...the Nordic race as were the earlier ones who came . . . the new immigrants [contain] a large . . . number of the weak, the broken and the mentally crippled...
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Taboo: Why Black Athletes Dominate Sports and Why We're Afraid to Talk about It

Jon Entine - Science - 2000 - 387 pages
...America was consumed by the question of what to do with "defective" social outcasts and immigrants. "These new immigrants were no longer exclusively members of the Nordic race as were the earlier ones," Grant wrote. "Our jails, insane asylums and alms houses are filled with this human flotsam and the...
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To Be Suddenly White: Literary Realism and Racial Passing

Steven J. Belluscio - Literary Criticism - 2006 - 288 pages
...that while the once reviled "Irish and German elements were for the most part of the Nordic race," [t]hese new immigrants were no longer exclusively members of the Nordic race — The result was that the new immigration, while it still included many strong elements from the...
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