American Immigration Policy, a Reappraisal

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Index
Abbott, Grace, 17
Accommodation, concept compared to adjustment and assimilation, 99, 121, 153
Adamic, Louis, 17
Addams, Jane, 17
Adjustment
accommodation, and assimilation, 99, 121, 153
immigrant, see Immigrant Adjustment
indices of, 112, 136
Advertising to the foreign-born group, 74
A F of L, 10, 19, 80, 95, 264
Age distribution of immigrants, 181, 182
Aging of our population, 180
Agriculture and immigrants, 56
Alien Enemy Control Unit, 150
Aliens,
and foreign born, loyalty of, 148- 153
and naturalization, 146
"enemy," 150
in Continental U. S., 172
registration of, 150
All-Japanese-American Combat Team, 152
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, 94, 264
American population growth, immigration and, 155
American Legion, 29
American Men of Science, 64
American nationalism
and Anglo-Saxon superiority theory, 15
evils of, 271
American Protective Association, 271
American society, standardization of, 106-107
Americanization theory, 101
Ammann, O. A., 65
Anglo-Protestant culture, 101
Annual immigration, U. S. population and, 157, 158
Anti-foreign and anti-immigrant agitation, 271
Antin, Mary, 17
Arent, Albert, 64
Argentina,
and foreign born, 220
Constitution of, 220, 222
five year plan of, 229
immigration to, 222, 225-226, 229
post war developments in immigration policy, 229
Asiatic Barred Zone, 12
Asiatic quotas, 276
Asiatics,
bans on, 24, 53
bans on immigration of, 11-13
exclusion of ( 1917), 12
new quotas established for, 53-54
relaxing of naturalization bans for, 53, 54
Assimilation, adjustment and accommodation, 99, 121, 253
Assman, Frank, 63
Astor, John Jacob, 63
Attractive power of U. S. to immigrants, 202
Australia
and immigration, 212, 213
immigration policy of, 207
post-war immigration, 218, 219
Authoritarian rule and forced migration, 233

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