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Tharp, BrandonAssignment 11/2X/2020American HistoryDr. StansburyDifferent Approaches to Diversity Issues (1865-1925)Immigration[SAMPLE TITLE PAGE ONLY; put your name instead etc.See next pages also.When finallydone, delete this part in red][double-space between lines for each of your 5 or so paragraphs under the headings below. Bestto use normal type font—like Calibri 11 or Times New Roman 12.You should have oneparagraph under each heading EXCEPT—you need two paragraphs under “HISTORY ANDISSUES”. Indent the first line of each paragraph in about 5 spaces.Theinstruction sheetandWriting Guideexplain the type of content to put in each part.Do in-text citations in body ofpaper—as well as do the Sources list at the end. Use the “Sources and Tips” sheet to see howand to see which sources.Obviously this will be much longer once you have paragraphs in etc.When finally done, delete this part in red]
IntroductionThe views of immigration throughout the United States between 1865 and 1925 can bebroken into two categories. Those who welcomed incoming cultures and values thought it wasbeneficial to the expansion of America and the melting pot vision. Conversely there were people,some of them in power in Congress, who feared the influx of people would strip jobs fromAmericans and harm the economy. This paper will examine each side of this issue and theproblems it caused both in the moment and through the years. I will highlight benefits anddrawbacks to each side as well as parallels between these past and current views and policies.

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Term
Winter
Professor
Handelman
Tags
Immigration to the United States, The New Colossus, The Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882,

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