Movement in the early 1910-1920's

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203 College class. US history: Movement in the early 1910-1920's

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Problem for many nativists: They feared that the immigrants would negatively transform American society negatively:Because of: Catholic Orthodox Jewish Wont be fully loyal Threat to jobs Communists Blamed for slums and crimes. We can restrict the entry of immigrants by putting a restriction that in the year 1921, 3% of 1910 Census would only be granted visa, and in the year 1924, only 2% from the 1890 census. Aside from that, the Immigration act of 1917: Literacy Test, which barred Asiatics. We can Americanize those who are already living in the United States This concludes to the amount of immigrants dropping dramatically

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