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Chapter 3: Immigration and Imposition

Notes on chapter 3
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Laurie Rohm

on 16 October 2012

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Transcript of Chapter 3: Immigration and Imposition

photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli Chapter 3: Immigation and Imposition There is more than 1 way
to classify an Immigrant Involuntary - people who had the US
culture forced on them.
They came here because of... Voluntary v. Involuntary Mixing People Groups Nativism is the belief
that only "old" immigrants
were "true" Americans.
U.S. policies have been inconsistent.
Numbers of immigrants were strictly limited. A+B+C=A A+B+C=D The Immigration and Nationality Act
and the Refugee Act of 1980
defined refugees as... REFUGEES Refugee v. Voluntary Immigration

Most refugees did not come to the US first, but rather to a nearby country. Most refugees want to return home when it is safe. Graham v. Richardson (1971)
Phyler v. Doe (1982)

The author pointed out that the Constitution protects all people, not only designated citizens.
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