European immigrants of early 19c n feared this shift

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Unformatted text preview: ic Catholic N. European immigrants of early 19c. N. feared this shift and felt it would undermine Protestant values undermine this fear was known as NATIVISM many wanted Congress to restrict many immigration, leading to a quota system that favoured n. areas of Europe Europe fear of immigrants (from SE Europe) fear led to a sentiment known as the Red Scare (fear of comm. post-Bolshevik Rev.) Rev.) basic comm. advocates a int'l basic 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.

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