AuthorAppel, John J., 1921- comp.
TitleThe new immigration. Edited by John J. Appel.
PublishedNew York, Pitman [1971]
Descriptionxvi, 215 p. illus. 24 cm.
SeriesMajor issues in American history
General Note"A Jerome S. Ozer book."
Formatted NotePartial Contents: In the gateway of nations, by J. A. Riis.--Crowded districts of large cities, by L. Wald.--Immigration and household labor, by F. A. Kellor.--Handicaps in America, by G. C. Speranza.--The biography of a bootblack, by R. Corresca.--The associated life of the Italians in New York City, by A. Mangano.--The foreign stage in New York: the Yiddish theatre, by H. Hapgood.--The public school and the immigrant child, by J. Addams.--Piloting the bomb squad (a review of K. H. Claghorn's "The immigrant's day in court"), by R. Crawford.--The second generation of immigrants in the assimilative process, by T. Sleszynski.--Democracy versus the melting pot, by H. M. Kallen. The literary test, by H. C. Lodge.--European peasants as immigrants, by N. S. Shaler.--Immigration, by F. P. Dunne.--Immigration-up to Congress, by S. Gompers.--Race problems in America, by F. Boas.--Why foreigners are needed in steel plants, by G. Walter.--The restriction of immigration, by H. P. Fairchild.--America's immigration policy, by R. L. Garis.--Bibliographical essay (p. 211-215)
SubjectsImmigrants -- United States
United States -- Emigration and immigration.
LC Card Number70-133005//r902
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