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What concept describes people who leave the unsatisfactory conditions of their homeland for better conditions in another country? nativism birds of passage push-pull factors
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Push-pull factors describes people who leave the unsatisfactory conditions of their homeland for better conditions in another country.
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What factors attracted immigrants to the United States? the slow, steady growth of business religious freedom government programs providing affordable housing rising population in European countries
Weegy: the new immigration came to the unites states for many reasons. One was overpopulattion in their home countries, drawn by advertisements for free land and plentiful jobs, [ others were inspired by letters from relatives who already moved to the united states ] (More)
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Which statement best completes the middle portion of the diagram? America's melting pot push-pull factors of immigration restrictions on immigration
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Nativist groups supported ______. favoring native-born Americans over immigrants favoring big business over unions increasing immigration from Europe and Asia policies favoring Native Americans
Weegy: Nativist groups supported favoring native-born Americans over immigrants. (More)
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What role did government play in immigration during the late 1800s and early 1900s? removed all restrictions on immigrants coming to the U.S. created a quota system adopted an open borders policy
Weegy: From 1831 to 1840, a huge wave of immigration came in the form of 207,000 Irish. This expanded to nearly two million immigrants from a variety of European countries by 1850. [ Famine caused a number of Germans, British and French immigrants to journey to the United States. Read more: The History of Immigration in the USA | eHow.com ] (More)
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