Greenhaven Publishing LLC, Feb 27, 2009 - Young Adult Nonfiction - 208 pages
This collection of international perspectives provides insights on the issue of immigration. Readers will evaluate immigration in relation to citizenship, economics, national identity, and national security. Readers evaluate citizenship in such places as India, Sweden, Russia, and Germany. They will evaluate immigration and economics in Ireland, China, Japan, and the United Kingdom. Further analysis takes them to Zimbabwe, Canada, Hungary, Morocco, and Spain.
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