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Introduction 3 VIRGINIA YANS-MCLAUGHLIN MIGRATION PATTERNS IN WORLD HISTORY: THE TROPICAL WORLD, ASIA, AND THE UNITED STATES 1. Migration in the ITopical World 21 PHILIP D. CURTIN 2. European and Asian Immigration into the United States in Comparative Perspective, 1820s to 1920s 37 SUCHENG CHAN ETHNICITY AND SOCIAL STRUCTURE 3. Transplanted Networks 79 CHARLES TILLY 4. Class, Culture, and Immigrant Group Identity in the United States: The Case of Irish-Aerican E-thnicity 96 KERBY A. MILLER 5. Work and Family: Blacks and Immigrantsfrom South and East Europe 130 SUZANNE W. MODEL 6. From South of the Border: Hispanic Minorities in the United States 160 ALEJANDRO PORTES THE STUDY OF IMMIGRATION 7. The Sociology and Historiography of Immigration 187 EWA MORAWSICA NEW APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF IMMIGRATION 8. Cross-Cultural Comparison and the Writing of Migration History: Some Thoughts on How to Study Italians in the New Wo ld 241 SAMUEL UL BASLY 9. Metaphors of Self in History: Subjectivity, Oral Narrative, and Immigration Studies 254 VIRGINIA YANS-MCLAU1GHIN THE POLITICS OF IMMIGRATION 10. The Reactions of Black Amercans to Immigration 293 LAWRENCE H. FUCHS 1. Reforming the Back Door: The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 in Historical Perspective 315 ARTITIDE> R. ZOLPBERO