Table of contents for Mass immigration and the national interest : policy directions for the new century / Vernon M. Briggs, Jr.


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. Introduction: The Revival of Mass Immigration              3
2. Immigration Policy: A Determinant of Economic Phenomena   7
3. Citizenship and Naturalization                           22
4. Prelude to Mass Immigration                              37
5. Creating a Nonagricultural Labor Force: The "First Wave"
of Mass Immigration                                       47
6. Expanding the Urban Labor Force: The "Second Wave"
of Mass Immigration                                       57
7. Rapid Industrialization Expands the Demand for Labor:
The "Third Wave" of Mass Immigration                      66
8. Reprieve: The Cessation of Mass Immigration              88
9. The Redesign of Immigration Policy: Replacing Social Goals
with Political Goals                                     119
10 Unexpected Consequences: The Revival of Mass Immiration  133
11. Oversight: The Economic and Social Transformation
of the U.S. Labor Market                               204
12. The National Interest: Synchronization of Immigration Policy
with Economic Circumstances                            233



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: United States Emigration and immigration Government policy History, Alien labor United States History, Labor market United States History