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Table of Contents Part I The Golden Door Closes and Opens, 1882-1965 1. The Beginnings of Immigration Restriction, 1882-1917 2. The 1920s: The Triumph of the Old Nativism 3. No New Deal for Immigration 4. WW II and After: The Barriers Begin to Drop 5. The Fight Over DP Admissions: 1946-1950 6.The Cold War and Immigration: 1950-1963 7. Lyndon Johnson and the End of the Quota System Part II Changing Patterns in a Changing World, 1965-2001 8. Immigrants from Other Worlds: Asians and Latinos 9. Immigrants from Other Worlds: Latinos 10. Refugees and Human Rights: Cubans, Southeast Asians, and Others 11. Immigration Reform: Myths and Realities 12. "Controlling Our Borders": Struggles over Immigration Policy Epilogue: Immigration After 9/11?
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Immigrants Government policy United States History, Immigrants United States History, United States Emigration and immigration Government policy History, United States Emigration and immigration History