AP U.S. History: Nativism Beliefs

A response to immigration, Nativism, included the idea that

AP U.S. HistoryPeriod 6: 1865-1898
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what Well let's see Native ism was one of the

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first they took our jobs Responses to immigration Many native

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born Americans In this case that means white people born

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in the U S Not Native Americans believe that the

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immigrants who were here should embrace American culture and leave

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their own behind In addition they felt that immigration from

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less desirable countries should be halted or stopped This idea

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would eventually be realized with the immigration acts of nineteen

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twenty one in nineteen twenty four in which immigration from

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southeastern Europe was restricted Nativist IQ ideas would continue to

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haunt the United States throughout its history As an while

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new immigrant groups were always around to be a scapegoat

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for all the country's problems So the answer here's B

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and the Loser bowl well hoping that the United States

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opened its borders and strove to help the new immigrants

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It was exactly the antithesis of actual nativism Native Americans

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wouldn't need to immigrate since they were native to the

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land and didn't actually have involvement in the native is

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a movement So you're gonna be there The answer is

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B immigrants should assimilate as fast as they could to

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become just like other Americans Yeah We're going to go

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have Italian food for dinner tonight just to saying the 00:01:36.17 --> [endTime] intern either