MICHAEL LEMAY is Professor of Political Science at California State University, San Bernardino. He also teaches in the Ethnic Studies Program. He is the author of six journal articles, several book chapters, and seven books, including several specifically concerning immigration policy: From Open Door to Dutch Door ( 1987), The Gatekeepers: Comparative Immigration Policy ( 1989), and Anatomy of a Public Policy ( 1994). He serves as a regular reviewer and has published in the International Migration Review, the Journal of American Ethnic History, and the Social Science Quarterly.
ELLIOTT ROBERT BARKAN is Professor of History and Ethnic Studies at California State University, San Bernardino. He is a specialist in immigration history, having authored some two dozen articles on the topic, and is the author of two recent volumes: Asian and Pacific Islander Migration to the United States ( 1992) and And Still They Come: Immigrants and American Society, 1920-1990s ( 1996). He edited another volume for Greenwood Press, A Nation of Peoples: A Sourcebook on America's Multicultural Heritage ( 1999). He serves as the book review editor for the Journal of American Ethnic History and, until recently, was a member of the execuU+ 00AD tive board of the Immigration and Ethnic History Society.