Still a Nation of Immigrants

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Cobblehill Books/Dutton, 1993 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 131 pages
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A look at the effects of immigration, past and present, on the United States includes an incisive exploration of questions about the recent wave of immigration, explaining why people come, what problems they cause or solve, and how they become Americans.

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STILL A NATION OF IMMIGRANTS

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Combining interviews and personal observation with facts and statistics, a compelling, well-balanced look at the major issues surrounding US immigration today, beginning with a historical overview of ... Read full review

Contents

TODAYS IMMIGRANTS 2 5
25
WHAT TODAYS IMMIGRANTS BRING TO AMERICA 6 1
67
BECOMING AN AMERICAN 9 7
97
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About the author (1993)

Ashabranner has worked in Ethiopia, Libya, and Nigeria for U.S. foreign assistance programs and for the Ford Foundation in the Philippines and Indonesia. He was director of the Peace Corps program in India and deputy director of the Peace Corps in Washington, DC.

Ashabranner is a professional photographer. She studied photography at Northern Virginia Community College and at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC.

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