The California Cauldron: Immigration and the Fortunes of Local Communities

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CONTENTS
LIST OF FIGURES AND TABLESviii
PREFACExiii
CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION: MIGRATION INA CHANGING WORLD1
Migration and Migrants3
Types of Migrants6
Migration in Changing Social and Economic Contexts7
The Future of the California Cauldron: The Conception of an Open Society and the Role of the Melting Pot12
Preview14
CHAPTER 2. CALIFORNIA: THE NATION'S PORT OF ENTRY18
Flows and Destinations19
The Mexican Connection29
The Immigration Reform and Control Act and Its Aftermath34
Observations38
CHAPTER 3. THE STATE IN FLUX: COUNTY AND LOCALITY EXPERIENCES41
Migration Patterns of the Foreign-Born41
Statewide Impacts43
County and Community Patterns53
Impacts on the Counties58
Costs and Contributions68
Summary69

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Figures and Tables viii
  • Preface xiii
  • Chapter 1 Introduction: Migration in a Changing World 1
  • Notes 16
  • California: the Nation's Port of Entry 18
  • Notes 39
  • Chapter 3 the State in Flux: County and Locality Experiences 41
  • Notes 69
  • Chapter 4 Immigrant Experiences in California 71
  • Notes 94
  • Chapter 5 Realizing the American Dream 95
  • Notes 137
  • Chapter 6 Assimilation Versus Separation: Immigrants' Future Trajectories 138
  • Chapter 7 the Politics of Immigration 167
  • Notes 188
  • Chapter 8 the Strained Social Fabric 189
  • Conclusion 200
  • Notes 201
  • Appendix 202
  • Bibliography 203
  • Index 219
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