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401 Years of Immigration: New Ethnicities, Popular Reaction, and Policy: 1607 to 2008 1900 Brian Gratton, Arizona State University, 2008 All Copyrights Reserved for Brian Gratton. Do not use without permission.
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4 Periods of Immigration. Crises when a) volume rose sharply & b) ethnic mix changed -1 st Period: 1607—1760 Crisis : 1740-1760 -2 nd Period 1835—1890 Crisis 1847-1860 -3rd Period 1890—1921 Crisis 1900-1914 -4 th Period 1968—? Crisis 1985--2008
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Popular Reaction : Unwelcoming From at best neutral to at worst hostile The minority in favor of immigration generally profit from it: a) employers who want cheap labor b) ethnic groups who want in
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Open Gates : 1607 to 1921 Closed Gates: 1921—1968 Re-Opened Gates : 1968------ …only the Closed Gates period reflected popular opinion Policy
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HST554 1 st Period: 1607---1760 Crisis 1740--1760 The Religious, The Greedy, and the Unwilling Englishmen and Africans
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The Religious and Indians: Expulsion of Indians=Ethnic homogeneity
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Africans as Involuntary Immigrants The ultimate guestworker program shields South from ethnic conflict Slave caravan in Africa Slave ship on the Middle Passage
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1740-1760: the Threat to Freedom Arrival of non-British white immigrants, particularly Germans Sharp reaction.
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