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vol. 1. Settling in the American city -- Alien and Sedition Acts -- Assimilation versus absorption -- Asylees -- The no popery crusade -- Bilingualism -- Boat people 1975-2000 -- Brain drain -- Immigration and religion -- A right which nature has given to all men -- Chinese must go -- Immigration as a solution to other problems -- Immigration restriction as national policy -- Cold War immigration -- The melting pot versus tapestry debate -- Kerby Miller and the study of the Irish immigrant in America -- Canadian immigration to the United States -- Emanuel Celler Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 -- Migrant farmworkers -- Illustrious immigrants -- The protocols of the elders of zion -- The passing of the great race -- The uprooted and other images of immigration -- Definitions of assimilation -- Immigration and the arts -- Immigration and customs enforcement -- Immigration and disability -- Immigration and the military -- Immigration and nationality act 1952 / McCarranwalter Act -- Immigration and the nazi era -- Immigration and politics -- vol. 2. Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 -- 911 Commission -- Red scare -- International criminal conspiracies -- Refugees at Oswego -- Remittances -- How the other half lives -- Race suicide -- Sanctuary movement -- There can be no perfect immigration reform bill -- Of grass and grassroots -- US Mexico border violence -- Cast down your buckets where you are -- The Chinese Exclusion Act 1882 to The Johnson Reed Act of 1924 -- An immigration timeline of the United States.