Immigration Act of 1917
- Wilson's veto of literacy test for immigrants. Wilson, Woodrow // Wilson's Veto of Literacy Test for Immigrants;2009, p2481
Presents the president's message to the US House of Representatives about his veto of the bill HR 6060, an act to regulate the immigration of aliens to and the residence of aliens in the United States. The measure's requirement of a literacy test for immigrants; Why the bill is a very serious...
- Alien Registration Act of 1940. // Alien Registration Act of 1940;2009, p84
Presents the text of the Alien Registration Act of 1940, which amended various registration laws, provided for the fingerprinting and registration of aliens to the United States and prohibited subversive activities.
- A nation of immigrants. Weisberger, Bernard A. // American Heritage;Feb/Mar94, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p75
Looks at current arguments against immigration and asserts that they have all been heard before. President Bill Clinton's decision to embrace the policy of the Bush administration of turning back boatloads of Haitian refugees before they reached the Florida shore; Overview of the immigration...
- IMMIGRATION AND THE AMERICAN CENTURY. Hirschman, Charles // Demography;Nov2005, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p595
The full impact of immigration on American society is obscured in policy and academic analyses that focus on the short-term problems of immigrant adjustment With a longer-term perspective, which includes the socioeconomic roles of the children of immigrants, immigration appears as one of the...
- 1917. // American Heritage;Dec92, Vol. 43 Issue 8, p29
Recalls that in 1917 the United States' proposed Eighteenth Amendment, originated by Senator Morris Sheppard of Texas, whipped through thirty-six state legislatures. The measure to prohibit the production of alcoholic beverages; Jazz Age; Edmund Wilson's `Lexicon of Prohibition'--euphemisms for...
- Welcome to America. Linn, Laura // Scholastic News -- Edition 4;02/19/2001, Vol. 63 Issue 17, p4
Focuses on the lifestyle of people immigrated or moved to the United States.
- Setting the record straight. Fix, Michael E.; Passel, Jeffrey S. // Public Welfare;Spring94, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p6
Discusses analytic and conceptual errors in the public discourse on immigrants and welfare, public-sector impact studies and issues raised by reform proposals. Major themes that are central to the immigration debate; Eligibility for public assistance; Flawed studies; Cost estimate errors;...
- Immigrants Admitted, by State of Intended Residence, 1997: Alabama-Missouri. // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2000, p387
No abstract available.
- Immigrants Admitted, by State of Intended Residence, 1997: Montana-Wyoming. // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2000, p387
No abstract available.