Our Immigrants Always Melted Before

Barone, Michael
December 2000
American Enterprise;Dec2000, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p14
Discusses the historical background of the immigration and the assimilation of several races in the United States. Characteristics of each race; Description of the livelihood and status of each race in the United States.


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