Immigration and the Nation-State: The United States, Germany, and Great Britain

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Index
Abdullah, Mohammed 216
affirmative action:
backlash against 164-8
diversity and 160-2 , 167
positive action contrasted with 230-1
in United States 153-8, 160-2 , 164-8
African-Americans 162-3
African-Asians, in Britain 246
Afro-Caribbeans, in Britain 248-9
agricultural employers, in United States 33-5 , 36-7
Alba, Richard 300 n .
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) 158
Amnesty International 132
Amsterdam Treaty (1997) 278
anti-discrimination law:
in Britain 226-33
in Germany 193
in United States 153-60
'antipopulist norm' in immigration policy 18 , 19
anti-racism, in Britain 240-3
Anwar, M., young Muslim survey 251
Asian immigrants:
to Britain 109 , 247-8
to United States 27 , 28 , 143 , 163-4 , 178-9
assimilation:
in Britain 225 , 233 , 242
in Germany 188-9 , 201-2 , 215-17 , 218-22
in United States 147-50 , 183 , 275
asylum policy:
and bogus asylum-seekers 87-8 , 93-4
in Britain 128-34
in European Union 276-7
in Germany 85-94
in United States 46-9 , 49-54
and universal human rights 265 , 268
Attlee, Clement 106
Azam, Sher 252
Badawi, Zaki 256
Bangemann-wave 135 , 299 n .
Bangladeshi immigrants (UK) 124-5 , 246-7
Barker, Sir Ernest 224
Berkeley Diversity Project 175
Bernstein, Richard, and multi-culturalism 171
bilingual education (USA) 171-4 , 302 n .
Birkenheier, Manfred 197 , 198
Birmingham, and ethnic minority government 246
Black Power activism 151 , 239 , 240-3
Blackmun, Judge 155
blacks:
in Britain 246 , 247-8
in United States 157-8 , 162-3 , 183
Blauner, Robert, immigrant analogy 151-2
Bleckmann, Albert, nation-state principle 190 , 197 , 305 n .
Borjas, George 56
Bosnia, and British Muslims 256-7
Briggs, Vernon 30
Brimelow, Peter 55 , 58
Britain:
and American civil rights model 225
and anti-racism 240-3
and Asians immigrants 109 , 247-8
and assimilation 225 , 233 , 242
Asylum and Immigration Appeals Act (1993) 129 , 133-4
and asylum policy 128-34
and Bangladeshis 124-5
and Blasphemy Law 255
and border controls 135
and British Empire legacy 100-2 , 223
and British Nationality Act (1981) 48 , 101 , 106 , 111-12 , 144

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Table of contents

  • Immigration and the Nation-State iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • 1: Immigration and the Nation-State 1
  • Part I Embattled Entry 15
  • 2: A Nation of Immigrants Again 23
  • 3: Not a Country of Immigration 62
  • 4: The Zero-Immigration Country 100
  • Part II Multicultural Integration 139
  • 5: 'Race' Attacks the Melting-Pot 147
  • 6: From Postnational Membership to Citizenship 186
  • 7: Between Citizenship and Race 223
  • 8: Conclusion 260
  • Appendix: Interviews 319
  • References 322
  • Index 349
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