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Hardening the Boundaries of the Nation, 1917-1929 1. War and Discipline a. War served the essential purpose of melting the many into one (83). b. Germans were excluded because of the war (threat to national unity). c. IQ tests prevented many foreign-born being forged into Americans. Scientific racialism. d. Racialized system of immigration restriction e. Widening of the racial nation. Contradiction of the civic nation for immigrants. Particularly those who could be associated with radical politics. f. While the racial nation persists for blacks during and after the war, the war also creates an expansion of the civic nation. g. Women have new opportunities to break down the masculine nation. More job opportunities. New ideas of femininity opened up 2. “Keeping Pure the Blood of America” a. b. Russian Revolution: communists were excluded. Southern and Eastern Europeans. Depicted as racially inferior and incapable Jewish: radicals. Fear of intelligence. Parasitic. Spread disease & disorder.
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2012 for the course EDUC 101 taught by Professor Asdfad during the Spring '11 term at Aquinas.

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