eBook Anti-Immigration In United States: A Historical Encyclopedia, 1st Edition

  • Kathleen R Arnold
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  • ISBN-10: 0313375224
  • ISBN-13: 9780313375224
  • DDC: 325.73
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 876 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released January 2012
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Overview

A comprehensive treatment of anti-immigration sentiment exploring debate, policies, ideas, and key groups from historical and contemporary perspectives.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Entries.
Topical List of Entries.
List of Documents.
Preface.
Acknowledgments.
Introduction.
1: African Americans and Immigration.
2: African Immigration Experience.
3: Alien Contract Labor Act (Foran Act).
4: Alien Land Act.
5: Alien Registration Act of 1940 (Smith Act).
6: Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798.
7: Americanization Movement, Early 20th Century.
8: Amnesty Proposals, 2006.
9: Anchor Baby.
10: Anderson, Henry P..
11: Angel Island.
12: Anti-Defamation League.
13: Anti-Immigration, World War I to World War II Era (First Red Scare).
14: Anti-Immigration Groups, Contemporary Political.
15: Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996.
16: Anzaldúa, Gloria (1942–2004).
17: Arab Americans.
18: Arendt, Hannah (1906–1975).
19: Asian.
20: Asiatic Exclusion League.
21: Assimilation.
22: Auster, Lawrence (1949–).
23: Bell Curve, The.
24: Bilingual Education.
25: Border Enforcement Since the 1970s.
26: Border Patrol Auxiliary (BPAUX).
27: Borjas, George J. (1950–).
28: Bracero Program.
29: Bridges, Harry (1901–1990).
30: Brimelow, Peter (1947–).
31: Buchanan, Patrick J. (1938–).
32: The Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (BCIS).
33: Catholic Church.
34: Central American Refugees (Salvadoran, Nicaraguan, and Guatemalan) Since the 1980s.
35: Chavez, César Estrada (1927–1993).
36: Children and Immigration.
37: Chinese Exclusion Act.
38: Chinese Immigration.
39: Civil War Era (Anti-Immigration).
40: Clear Law Enforcement for Criminal Alien Removal Act of 2007 (Also of 2003, 2005).
41: Clinton, President William J. (1946–).
42: Colonial Period (Anti-Immigration).
43: Contemporary Mexican Policy Since the 1990s.
44: Contemporary Nativists.
45: Corona, Bert (1918–2001).
46: Cosmopolitanism.
47: “Coyotes”.
48: Day Labor.
49: The Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
50: Deportation.
51: Detention.
52: Dillingham Commission.
53: Displaced Persons Act.
54: Dobbs, Louis Carl “Lou” (1945–).
55: Dream Act (Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act).
56: D'Souza, Dinesh (1961–).
57: Electronic Ankle Bracelets.
58: Ellis Island.
59: Emergency Quota Act of 1921.
60: Employer Sanctions.
61: English Language, Issues of.
62: English-Only Groups.
63: English Only Movement.
64: Environmental Groups.
65: Essential Worker Immigration Coalition (EWIC).
66: Eugenics.
67: Evangelicals and Immigration.
68: Fair (Federation for American Immigration Reform).
69: Family Reunification.
70: Farmingville, New York.
71: Filipinas/Os.
72: Franklin, Benjamin (1706–1790).
73: Galarza, Ernesto (1905–1984).
74: Gender and Immigration.
75: German Americans.
76: Glazer, Nathan (1923–).
77: Goldman, Emma (1869–1940).
78: Grant, Madison (1865–1937) and Goethe, Charles M. (1875–1966).
79: Grassroots Organizing (Against Anti-Immigration Movements).
80: Greek Immigrant Experience, Early 20th Century.
81: Guest Workers.
82: Haitian Immigration, Contemporary.
83: Hart-Celler.
84: Heritage Foundation.
85: “Hispanic”.
86: HIV Entry Ban.
87: Homosexuality.
88: Human Rights.
89: Huntington, Samuel P. (1927–2008).
90: Ice (Immigration and Customs Enforcement).
91: IIRIRA (Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996).
92: “Illegal Aliens”.
93: Immigration Act of 1917.
94: Immigration Legislation of 1996.
95: Immigration and Naturalization Services (INS).
96: Immigration Restriction League.
97: Indigenous Mexican Migrants in the United States.
98: Intersectionality.
99: Interwar Illegal Immigration.
100: IRCA (Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986).
101: Irish Immigrant Experience (Mid-1800s to Early 1900s).
102: Italian Immigrant Experience, Early 20th Century.
103: Japanese Immigration to the United States.
104: Japanese Internment.
105: Jewish Immigration to the United States Before 1938.
106: Jewish Immigration to the United States, 1938–1946.
107: Johnson-Reed Act (The 1924 National Origins Act, or the Immigration Act of 1924).
108: Kimberly Clark.
109: Know Nothing Movement.
110: Korean Immigrant Experience.
111: Krikorian, Mark.
112: KRLA 870AM Radio.
113: Ku Klux Klan (Historical, 1920s).
114: Ku Klux Klan and Immigration.
115: Labor Movement History.
116: Lamm, Richard D. (1935–).
117: Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (1880–1943).
118: Libertarian View of Immigration.
119: Mariel Boat Lift.
120: Marriage Fraud Act.
121: McCarran-Walter Act.
122: McCarthyism.
123: Mexican Deportations, 1930s.
124: Mexico-U.S. Barrier (Border Fence).
125: Minutemen.
126: Mixed Status Families.
127: Model Minority.
128: Multiculturalism.
129: Murrieta, Joaquín.
130: NAFTA.
131: Neoliberalism Versus Neoconservatism.
132: Ninth Proviso Migrant Contract Labor Program of World War I.
133: Operation Blockade.
134: Operation Gatekeeper.
135: Operation Hold the Line.
136: Operation Jobs (I and II).
137: Operation Rio Grande.
138: Operation Streamline.
139: Operation Vanguard.
140: Operation Wetback.
141: O'Reilly, Bill (1949–).
142: Palmer Raids.
143: PATRIOT Act.
144: Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (PRWORA).
145: Philadelphia Riots and Early Antebellum Nativism.
146: Pioneer Fund.
147: Plenary Powers Doctrine.
148: Plyler v. Doe (1982).
149: Police Cooperation with Ice.
150: Polish Immigration at the Turn of the 20th Century.
151: Political Asylum.
152: Population Control Groups.
153: Proposition 187.
154: Race and Racism.
155: Racial Profiling.
156: Racialized Labeling of Mexican-Origin Persons.
157: Raids, Use of (2006).
158: Real Id (2005).
159: Reconquista de Aztlán.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
1: Save Our State.
2: Sensenbrenner, F. James, Jr. (1943–).
3: September 11, 2001.
4: Sierra Club Opposition to the Border Fence.
5: Social Contract Press.
6: Southeast Asian Refugees.
7: Spencer, Glenn, and The American Patrol.
8: State and Local Regulation of Migration and Migrants.
9: Sterilization.
10: Technologies of Passport Control/Biometric Controls.
11: Temperance Movement.
12: Terrorism and Terrorists.
13: Texas Rangers.
14: Think Tanks.
15: Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo.
16: Turn of the Century Anti-Immigration Sentiment and Laws.
17: 2006 Protests.
18: Tydings-McDuffie Act of 1934.
19: Unions, History of.
20: VDARE.
21: Vigilante Movements.
22: Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994.
23: War on Drugs.
24: War on Terror.
25: Western Hemisphere Act.
26: West Indian Immigrant Experience (Contemporary).
27: White Supremacist Groups.
28: White Supremacy.
29: Wilson, Pete (1933–).
30: Worker Centers.
31: Zoot-Suit Riots.
32: Documents.
33: Document 1: Benjamin Franklin, “America as a Land of Opportunity,” 1751.
34: Document 2: Benjamin Franklin, “Felons and Rattlesnakes” Letter, Printed in the Pennsylvania Gazette, May 9, 1751.
35: Document 3: George Washington, “Address to the Members of the Volunteer Association and Other Inhabitants of the Kingdom of Ireland who Have Lately Arrived in the City of New York,” December 2, 1783 Eorge Washington, “Address to the Members of the Volunteer Association and other Inhabitants of the Kingdom of Ireland who have Lately Arrived in the City of New York,” December 2, 1783 Orge Washington, “Address to the Members of the Volunteer Association and Other Inhabitants of the Kingdom of Ireland who Have Lately Arrived in the City of New York,” December 2, 1783.
36: Document 4: Geoge Nicholas, “A Letter from George Nicholas, of Kentucky, to his friend, in Virginia,” Lexington, Kentucky (Printed by John Bradford on Main Street, 1798).
37: Document 5: “Alien and Sedition Acts,” 1798.
38: Document 6: Pamphlet Regarding the Constitutionality of Alien and Sedition Laws, 1799.
39: Document 7: Broadside: Election of Jackson, 1828.
40: Document 8: Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, 1848.
41: Document 9: Abraham Lincoln, “A Farewell to Whiggery,” Letter to Joshua F. Speed, August 24, 1855.
42: Document 10: Abraham Lincoln, Letter Regarding Nativism, 1859.
43: Document 11: Abraham Lincoln, was He a Know-Nothing? 1860.
44: Document 12: Charles Leib to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, June 6, 1860.
45: Document 13: C. B. Conant, “The Character and Strength of a Mob,” New York Evening Post, July 16, 1863.
46: Document 14: “The Foreign Population and the Riots,” New York World, July 21, 1863.
47: Document 15: “Letter from a German Citizen,” New York World, July 21, 1863.
48: Document 16: “More Assaults on ‘The Irish,’” New York Irish-American, July 25, 1863.
49: Document 17: Bill to Exclude Traitors and Enemy Aliens, 1864.
50: Document 18: The Page Act of 1875.
51: Document 19: “A Breach of National Faith,” Harper's Weekly, March 8, 1879.
52: Document 20: Chinese Exclusion Act, 1882.
53: Document 21: “The Wyoming Massacre,” Harper's Weekly, September 19, 1885.
54: Document 22: “The Rock Springs Massacre,” The New York Times, September 27, 1885.
55: Document 23: Rev. Walter Scott Elliott, “What Japan Resents,” Harper's Weekly, July 3, 1909.
56: Document 24: “The Many Hints of Trouble,” The New York Times, February 9, 1909.
57: Document 25: “Roosevelt Gives Strong Warning,” February 1909.
58: Document 26: Gender and Suffrage, 1911.
59: Document 27: Alexander Berkman and Emma Goldman, Deportation, its Meaning and Menace, 1919.
60: Document 28 “Palmer and Family Safe,” The New York Times, June 3, 1919.
61: Document 29: Frederic C. Howe, “Lynch Law and the Immigrant Alien,” The Nation, February 14, 1920.
62: Document 30: George Soule, “Law and Necessity in Bisbee,” The Nation, August 31, 1921.
63: Document 31: Gardner Jackson, “Doak The Deportation Chief,” The Nation, March 18, 1931.
64: Document 32: William Seagle, “The Cooling Melting Pot,” Review of Clark, Deportation, in the Nation, October 7, 1931.
65: Document 33: Reuben Oppenheimer, “The Deportation Terror,” The New Republic, 1932.
66: Document 34: James Hoffman Batten, “New Features of Mexican Immigration; the Case Against Further Restrictive Legislation,” Pacific Affairs, October 1930.
67: Document 35: Executive Order 9066: Resulting in the Relocation of Japanese (1942).
68: Document 36: Civilian Exclusion Order no. 34, 1942.
69: Document 37: Executive Order 9835, 1947.
70: Document 38: Gladwin Hill, “The Wetbacks: McCarran's Immigrants,” The Nation, 1953.
71: Document 39: Laurent B. Frantz, “Deportation Deliriums; Xenophobia in Action,” The Nation, March 26, 1955.
72: Document 40: Hannah Arendt, “Statelessness” Lecture, 1955.
73: Document 41: Roger Daniels, “The Immigration Act of 1965: Intended and Unintended Consequences,” April 3, 2008.
74: Document 42: President Ronald Reagan, Statement on Signing the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, November 6, 1986.
75: Document 43: Background to the Office of the Inspector General Investigation.
76: Document 44: Mike Davis, City of Quartz (1992).
77: Document 45: War On Terror Memo, 2003 (FBI Escalates Counter-Terrorism Measures).
78: Document 46: “U.S. Refugee Resettlement Policies Need Reform, Report Finds ‘A New Era’ Calls for Change in Cold War Policies,” September 30, 2004.
79: Document 47: “U.S. Reducing Illegal Entries at Southwest Border,” July 13, 2005.
80: Document 48: Aristide Zolberg, “Guarding The Gates,” Social Science Research Council (2002).
81: Document 49: Joseph Nevins and Timothy Dunn, “Barricading the Border” (2008).
82: Document 50: Ruth Milkman, “Organizing the Unorganizable,” Boston Review September/October 2006.
83: Document 51: Saskia Sassen, “Bits of a New Immigration Reality: A Bad Fit with Current Policy,” July 28, 2006.
84: Document 52: Tom Barry, “A Death in Texas,” Boston Review, November/December 2009.
85: Document 53: “Refugee Admissions Program for Europe and Central Asia; U.S. Resettled Thousands of Refugees from the Former Soviet Union,” February 6, 2009.
86: Essays.
87: Essay: United States Immigration Laws and Policy from 1965 to 2009.
88: Essay: Colonial Period up to the 1965 Immigration Act.
89: Essay: The U.S. Political Community: Anti-Immigration Sentiment and Issues of Race, Class, Gender, Conscience, and Political Belief.
Appendix.
Select Bibliography.
Index.
About the Editor and Contributors.