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Essay heading: How did World War One Change American Society?
 
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As well as this you are also accused and blamed for things that you have never done. No matter how much you beg, or convince them that you have not done anything they still do not believe you. This society is against you and have nothing positive to say. This is what the immigrants had to face. This was particularly true for the Italians...
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This was particularly true for the Italians. At the dawn of the nineteenth century the amount of immigration to the united states was increasing rapidly. The largest proportion of these new immigrants were from Italy, Russia, and Ireland. There was a combined reaction to these immigrants. Even though they provided the industries with cheap labour, the Americans saw them as a threat towards their society...
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