Chapter 3: A Brief History of Immigration to North America
- Amendments To S. 358, The Immigration Act Of 1989. // Congressional Digest;Oct89, Vol. 68 Issue 10, p232
Presents the amendments considered by the Senate to S.358, the immigration Act of 1989, as described in the Congressional Record.
- Closing the door, a little. // Christian Science Monitor;6/8/95, Vol. 87 Issue 135, p20
Editorial. Reports on the Congress reworking the nation's immigration laws. Findings of a report by the Commission on Immigration Reform chartered by Congress; Analysis of California's Proposition 187; Details of the action sought by the Commission to bring down legal migrants; Reasons for...
- Narrating the nation, unwelcoming the stranger: Anti-immigration policy in contemporary `America'. Shapiro, Michael J. // Alternatives: Global, Local, Political;Jan-Mar1997, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p1
Analyzes the anti-immigration policy in contemporary `America.' Effects of representational practices in the United States; Revelations of the biblical texts on the righteousness of endogamy; Extent of the Arabs being strangers to Jews; Insights on the drive to constitute the `American' identity.
- Statement on signing the executive order on illegal immigration. Clinton, William J. // Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;2/19/96, Vol. 32 Issue 7, p283
Presents the United States President Bill Clinton's statement on signing the Executive Order on immigration on February 13, 1996. Purpose of the Executive Order; Implication for employment discrimination laws.
- Poll shows strong support for Arizona immigration law. Fabian, Jordan // Hill;5/13/2010, Vol. 17 Issue 53, p18
The article focuses on the support of Americans regarding the Arizona's immigration law in 2010.
- Immigration panic hurts nation. Abraham, Spencer; DeWine, Mike // Christian Science Monitor;3/18/96, Vol. 88 Issue 77, p20
Opinion. Discusses immigration reform that was split into two bills by the Senate Judiciary Committee. Views that portions of both bills would hurt law-abiding American citizens and businesses; Effects of the bill addressing legal immigration on American citizens and American economic growth...
- No aliens, lots of paperwork. Bacas, H. // Nation's Business;Nov87, Vol. 75 Issue 11, p26
The new immigration law is hassling more small-business people than illegal aliens. Under the law, a company can be fined up to $1,000 if it has not completed a special form for every new employee. The paperwork requirements of the new law are giving a lot of grief to small employers. INSET:...
- Immigration bill proceeds, minus schooling reform. // Christian Science Monitor;9/25/96, Vol. 88 Issue 211, p18
Reports that a measure which would have allowed states to bar illegal-immigrant children from public schools, will be deleted from an immigration bill by the United States Republican lawmakers. What the decision will allow; Threats made by President Bill Clinton; Arguments of GOP presidential...
- This land is NOT your land. McCarthy, Donald // Business Mexico;May1995, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p24
Discusses the proliferation of various versions of California's Proposition 187 throughout the United States which would deny public benefits to illegal aliens. Provisions of a bill authored by Wyoming Senator Alan Simpson; Intention of curbing illegal immigration; Criticisms against the...