Author: Torrie Hester
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 081224916X
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Studying deportations out of the United States as well as the deportation of U.S. citizens back to the United States from abroad, Torrie Hester illustrates that U.S. policy makers were part of a global trend that saw officials from nations ...

Expelling The Poor

Author: Hidetaka Hirota
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019061921X
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By locating the roots of American immigration control in cultural prejudice against the Irish and, more essentially, economic concerns about their poverty in nineteenth-century New York and Massachusetts, this book fundamentally revises the ...

The Origins Of U S Policy In The East China Sea Islands Dispute

Author: Robert D. Eldridge
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317950151
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85 Lieutenant Colonel George E. Suzuki, chief of the Yaeyama Civil Affairs Team,
who shared this story with USCAR, added that not only have the Taiwanese
poached eggs on the Senkakus and other outer islands, but were fishing in the
area as well as occasionally coming ashore illegally to replenish their food
supply. “Although this situation has not as yet become overt 'political grist' for the
opposition in the forthcoming elections,” Suzuki observed, “there is fear among
certain ...

National Insecurities

Author: Deirdre M. Moloney
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
ISBN: 0807882615
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Immigrants and U.S. Deportation Policy since 1882 Deirdre M. Moloney. did
intervene in cases that pertained to their citizens living in the United States, they
were largely unable to monitor closely or extend resources to those outside their
own borders in any systematic or sustained way. This book is a broad historical
analysis of United States immigration exclusion and deportation policy. It
demonstrates the historical origins of many immigration policy issues in the
United States today.

Deportation Nation

Author: Dan Kanstroom
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674024724
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Deportation Nation is a history of communal self-idealization and self-protection.

Encyclopedia Of American Immigration Abolitionist Movement

Author: Carl Leon Bankston
Publisher: Salem PressInc
ISBN: 9781587656002
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The Fong Yue Ting precedent still stood during the early twenty-first century,
upholding the legitimacy of the civil nature of deportations. Between the passage
of the first deportation law in 1882 and 1924, the U.S. government typically
deported a few hundred — at most, a few thousand — people each year. In the
Immigration Act of 1924, Congress introduced the national origins system, which
led to a number of significant changes in American deportation policy. Under the
national ...

Opening The Floodgates

Author: Kevin R. Johnson
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814743005
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Immigration regulation has led to some of the most regrettable chapters in all of
U.S. history. Intolerance, particularly in the form of racism and nativism, has
deeply and indelibly influenced U.S. immigration law and policy. To make matters
worse, the courts have rarely intervened to halt the raw excesses of the political
process. Consequently, periodic waves of harsh exclusions and deportation
campaigns dominate the history of immigration law and its enforcement.
Restrictionist ...

The Use And Misuse Of History In U S Foreign Relations Law

Author: St. Louis University. School of Law
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deportation of the parent often results in de facto deportation of the
citizenchildren, a practice which many argue contradicts the constitutional
guarantee of birthright citizenship and the inherent rights associated with
American citizenship. This Comment takes the position that the current U.S.
immigration policy of deporting illegal immigrants with little regard to the
citizenship status of their children directly contradicts the ideals of birthright
citizenship, particularly with regard to children of ...

Banished To The Homeland

Author: David C. Brotherton
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231520328
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... Maslow 1954]) prior to their expulsion; (iii) the transnational social and (sub)
cultural strategies and practices of some deportees that might find their origins in
the United States include gang membership, drug use, involvement in criminal
enterprises, and the establishment of self-help groups; (iv) U.S. immigration/
deportation policy has become increasingly restrictive and draconian due to the
passing of three acts: the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, the
Immigration Act ...

Red Scare

Author: Regin Schmidt
Publisher: Museum Tusculanum Press
ISBN: 9788772895819
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FBI and the Origins of Anticommunism in the United States, 1919-1943 Regin
Schmidt. Controlling the Aliens In 1882 ... deportation of anarchists. It enabled the
government, for the first time since the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798, to deport
solely on the grounds of opinions. Immediately after the enactment an English
anarchist was deported by the federal authorities, an act which according to John
Higham signalled "the small beginnings of a permanent and portentous federal