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"Immigration Act of 1924" Discusses racism in the government, how govt did not want anyone besides north-west europeans in the country. uses examples. good essay
In 1924 Congress passed the Immigration Act of 1924. This act made it so that many immigrants weren't allowed into the country. The exclusion act accepted only two percent of the population of each nationality according to the census of 1890, instead of accepting three percent of the number of people of each nationality according to the census of 1910. At the turn of the twentieth century, people from different countries and nationalities began immigrating to the United States. More people from Southern and Eastern Europe began immigrating to the states, hoping for a better life, but e…
- "Immigration Act of 1924" Discusses racism in the government, how govt did not want anyone besides north-west europeans in the country. uses examples. good essay
- "U.S. Immigration - 1875-1910" On Immigration into the U.S. and the Measures the U.S. took to limit immigration. One main focus is Chinese Immigration to the U.S.
- Racism now. This essays contains a historical background of Malcolm X and how he might feel/think about racism nowadays.
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