副标题: Italian and Jewish Mobilization against Restrictive Immigration Laws, 1882–1965
作者: Maddalena Marinari
出版社: The University of North Carolina Press,   2020
ISBN: 9781469652924
来源数据库: Project MUSE
原始语种摘要: In the late nineteenth century, Italians and Eastern European Jews joined millions of migrants around the globe who left their countries to take advantage of the demand for unskilled labor in rapidly industrializing nations, including the United States. Many Americans of northern and western European ancestry regarded these newcomers as biologically and culturally inferior--unassimilable--and by 1924, the United States had instituted national origins quotas to curtail immigration from southern and eastern Europe. Weaving together political, social, and transnational history, Maddalena Marinari examines how, from 1882 to 1965, Italian and Jewish reformers profoundly influenced the country's immigration policy as they mobilized against the immigration laws that marked them as undesirable....
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  • transnational 超越国界的
  • political 政治
  • citizenship 公民籍
  • activism 能动性
  • country 地方
  • options 保留购买权
  • immigration 移居
  • demand 需用电力
  • labor 工作
  • European 欧洲人