U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Laws and Issues: A Documentary History

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This series is designed to meet the research needs of high school and college students by making available in one volume the key primary documents on a given historical or contemporary issue. Documents include speeches and letters, congressional testimony, Supreme Court and lower district court decisions, government reports, position papers, statutes, and occasional news stories.

The purpose of the series is twofold: (1) to provide substantive and background material on an event or issue through the text of pivotal primary documents that shaped policy or law, raised controversy, or influenced the course of events; and (2) to trace the controversial aspects of the event or issue through documents that represent a variety of viewpoints. Documents for each volume have been selected by a recognized specialist in the subject with the advice of a board of other subject specialists, school librarians, and teachers.

To place the subject in historical perspective, the volume editors have prepared an introductory overview and a chronology of events. Documents are organized either topically or chronologically. The documents are full text or, if unusually long, have been excerpted by the volume editors. To facilitate understanding, each document is accompanied by an explanatory introduction. Suggestions for further reading follow the documents or the chapter.

It is the hope of Greenwood Press that this series will enable students and other readers to use primary documents more easily in their research, to exercise critical thinking skills by examining the key documents in American history and public policy, and to critique the variety of viewpoints represented by this selection of documents.

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