A Nation of Immigrants Book Review

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Issue:

American History

 

Written by:

Ernest M

 

Date added:

April 20, 2015

 

Level:

University

 

Grade:

A

 

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2 / 446

 

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John .f Kennedy stated many facts in this book about the living conditions and working conditions of your typical immigrant, many of which I decided to look into via the internet and other books and found the information in this book was not only one mans opinion, but very accurate information on the topic...
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Kennedy’s conclusions on this topic were simple; He felt anyone with a will to start a new life and if they contributed positively to the building of our united states, they should be able to gain admittance into out great country. He also stated that without the flow of all the immigrants into our country in the early years we would not be who we are today...
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