Immigration Law In The 20th Century

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Although ethnic and racial conflict has become the severe problem that lead every continent into the crisis in our period of time, the United States is excluded. America has been remarked in a success of blending people of the different ethnics together under the idea of the melting pot. Yet, an idea of the melting pot is not quite accurate since some kinds of segregation still exists in the today community and it indicates that the quest for unifying the diverse population in America is urgent. The immigration laws, that were established in the 20th century, has both positive and negative impacts on the America. These laws promote the equality and equity in the society. On the other hand, the laws are against the purpose of assimilation and

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