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N. European immigrants of early 19c.
feared this shift and felt it would
undermine Protestant values
this fear was known as NATIVISM
many wanted Congress to restrict
immigration, leading to a quota
system that favoured n. areas of
fear of immigrants (from SE Europe)
led to a sentiment known as the Red
Scare (fear of comm. post-Bolshevik
basic comm. advocates a int'l
revolution by the proletariat/workers proletariat/workers
fears that this ideology could find its
way into the U.S.
way at this t...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2014 for the course HISTORY AP US Hist taught by Professor Zappile during the Fall '10 term at Highland High, Blackwood.
- Fall '10
- Al Capone