Covering Immigration: Popular Images and the Politics of the Nation

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FIGURES
1.1 “America's New Immigrants. ” Time, 5 July 1976. Courtesy Time-Life Syndication.2
1.2 “The Immigration Wars. ” The Nation, 17 October 1994. Courtesy the Nation and Martha Crawford.3
2.1 “Roots. ” Newsweek, 4 July 1977. Courtesy Corbis/ © 1977 Newsweek, Inc. All rights reserved. Reprinted by permission.26
2.2 “America: Still the Promised Land. ” U. S. News and World Report, 9 July 1979. Courtesy Corbis-SYGMA.27
2.3 “The New Immigrants. ” Newsweek, 7 July 1980. Courtesy SYGMA/© 1980 Newsweek, Inc. All rights reserved. Reprinted by permission.28
2.4 “The Changing Face of America. ” Time, 8 July 1985. Courtesy Time-Life Syndication.29
2.5 “San Francisco, 1900. ” American Heritage, December 1978. Courtesy California Historical Society.31
4.1 “Closing the Door?” Newsweek, 25 June 1984. Courtesy Black Star/© 1984 Newsweek, Inc. All rights reserved. Reprinted by permission.55
4.2 “The New Immigrants. ” Atlantic, November 1983. Courtesy Atlantic and Mark Hess/The Newborn Group.56
4.3 “The New Slave Trade. ” U. S. News and World Report, 21 June 1993. Courtesy Corbis-SYGMA.57
4.4 "English (Sometimes) Spoken Here. ” U. S. News and

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