14 Comparative Immigration lecture 14

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Dividing Lines: Rebirth of American Immigration Comparative Immigration Politics Lecture 14 September 27, 2010 Announcements & News Midterm & Review Sheet In the News Stephen Colbert on Immigration The Late 60s and 70s Civil Rights Vietnam War Cold War Rise of Congressional liberals Development of new organizations to fight for migrant rights (both legal and illegal) Development of new restrictionist organizations Changes in U.S. Immigration Shift in immigration from Europe to Asia, Africa, Caribbean, and Latin America New openings for Refugees Coalition of anti-communists and human rights liberals New focus on illegal immigration International Context Cuban Refugees – soviet uion supporting cuba. Government wants to show that we are open to people trying to flee communist regime. Freedom fight program. Prague Spring (1968) – Nixon administration. Johnson and Nixon use parol powers. Congress says we need to let more people in.
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  • Spring '07
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  • Immigration to the United States, Indochinese Refugees, Darwinism  Federation for American Immigration, senator eastland

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