Immigration and Asylum: From 1900 to the Present, Volume 1
ABC-CLIO, 2005 - 1095 pages
From publisher description: "Immigration and Asylum: From 1900 to the Present is an accessible and up-to-date introduction to the key concepts, terms, personalities, and real-world issues associated with the surge of immigration from the beginning of the 20th century to the present. It focuses on the United States, but is also the first encyclopedic work on the subject that reflects a truly global perspective. With contributions from the world's foremost authorities on the subject, Immigration and Asylum offers numerous entries organized around four themes: immigration and asylum; the major migrating groups around the world; expulsions and other forced population movements; and the politics of migration. In addition to basic entries, the work includes in-depth essays on important trends, events, and current conditions."
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At a time when anti-immigration sentiment seems to be the norm not just across this country but in many other Western nations, it is easy to forget that immigrants - asylum seekers in particular ... Read full review
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