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Exclusion Resistance 1.Nativism “Intense opposition to an internal minority on the ground of its foreign ( un America) Connections” Ii eco nativitism concerns over emplom’t and entrepreneurial competition wages and protectionist notions Iii racial nativism (racism ) belief in racial superiority and antagonism based on skin color Iiii social nativism incorporates concerns over cultural Political langu and religious differences perceived inability to assimilate health and criminality 2 exclusion/ resistance A immigration ( job environment , remarkable impact) B citizenship / naturalization C economic D anti-miscegenation E education A burlingame treaty of 1868 and 1880 Page Act of 1875 Chinese exclusion act of 1882 Page law 1875 forbid entry of women for the purpose of prostitution applied to single Chinese women assumed immorality of Chinese woman different from white woman though widespread general prostitution of all races decline of Chinese women immigrants 1875-1882 less than 1000 VS more than 1000 men Chinese exclusion act of 1882 prohibit immigration of Chinese laborers wives of laborers excluded derivative status of women merchants exempted-merchant wives allowed as exempted class class bias of laws (Chinese detention building) (prie to )
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  • Spring '08
  • JUNG
  • Chinese American history, History of immigration to the United States, United States federal immigration and nationality legislation

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