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Defining America through immigration policy

Author: Bill Ong Hing
Publisher: Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 2004.
Series: Mapping racisms.
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From the earliest days of nationhood, the United States has determined who might enter the country and who might be naturalized. In this sweeping review of US immigration policies, Bill Ong Hing points to the racial, ethnic, and social struggles over who should be welcomed into the community of citizens. He shows how shifting visions of America have shaped policies governing asylum, exclusion, amnesty, and border  Read more...
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Hing, Bill Ong.
Defining America through immigration policy.
Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 2004
(DLC) 2003053949
(OCoLC)52347820
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Bill Ong Hing
ISBN: 9781592138487 1592138489
OCLC Number: 822566737
Description: 1 online resource (xi, 324 pages).
Contents: pt. I. Defining America. The Western European new world and the new Americans ; The undesirable Asian ; "Translate this": the 1917 literacy law ; The xenophobic 1920s. --
pt. II. Redefining America. The 1952 act: excluding communists, homosexuals, and other undesirables ; 1965 to 1990: from discriminatory quotas to discriminatory diversity visas. --
pt. III. Defining Mexicans as non-Americans. Politicizing the Southwest border ; Patrolling the border and sweeping for Mexicans ; IRCA: penalizing employers, as amnesty barely survives ; The dark side of modern-day enforcement: Operation Gatekeeper. --
pt. IV. Deporting and barring non-Americans. Removal ; The politics of asylum. --
Epilogue: Two Americas.
Series Title: Mapping racisms.
Responsibility: Bill Ong Hing ; foreword by Anthony D. Romero.
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