Repatriation - Repatr iation 1929- 1939 economically...

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Repatriation 1929- 1939 economically motivated Johnson-Reed Act , 1924 Also known as National Originals Act Deportation – something that happens at the federal level vs. state or local, usually involves crime, and often forbids return, if immigrant were to commit a crime, they might be deported Repatriation Coercion (force) saying you should be on this train Encouragement Local efforts: city, county, charities, employers State Federal No legal requirement that you leave the country, given opportunity, certainly being coerced at times, a city might invest in doing this, charities would do it, catholic charities, united way, might say that they are surveying, ford motor companies did this, steel companies, lots of different organizations, a set of sort of overlapping efforts to assist Mexicans in leaving the country. Railroad companies sometimes supported it too. Level of organization was very dramatic.
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2010 for the course HIS 39271 taught by Professor Annemartinez during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas.

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