Compulsory Question - Compul so ry Q ue st io n 1....

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Compulsory Question 1. Political disfranchisement - In 1790 Naturalization Act limited naturalization to aliens who were “free white persons” and thus left slaves, free African Americans, and later Asian-Americans. - B.S Thind vs. U.S. shows that Thind argued to gain citizenship by saying that he was Caucasian; thus, U.S Supreme Court changed term “White” ; anthropological concept to common meaning. 2. Exclusionary Immigration Laws - Chinese exclusion Act was the first law that it targeted a specific ethnic group, Chinese, and suspended immigration. This act was passed because there were too many Chinese incoming to U.S for job-opportunity. - In 1917 Immigration Act was enabled to stop the influx of Asian-Indians coming to U.S. Moreover, although Asian-Indians were Caucasians in anthropological terms, they were excluded from naturalization. Then, in 1924, another Immigration Act barred Japanese; included Koreans who were treated as Japanese. -
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2008 for the course EAS 100 taught by Professor Nakamai during the Spring '07 term at University of Wisconsin Colleges Online.

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