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People who flee to another country to escape persecution or danger are called a. illegal aliens. c. enemy aliens. b. refugees. d. non-resident aliens.
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People who flee to another country to escape persecution or danger are called REFUGEES.
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Much of the discrimination against Asian Americans in the mid-1800s can be traced to a. competition for jobs. b. the Chinese Exclusion Act. c. the type of work they performed. d. none of the above.
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Much of the discrimination against Asian Americans in the mid-1800s can be traced to competition for jobs. 
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Much of the discrimination against Asian Americans in the mid-1800s can be traced to a. competition for jobs. b. the Chinese Exclusion Act. c. the type of work they performed. d. none of the above.
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What is a heterogeneous society? a. society that is mixed with different type of people c. society that has multilevel citizenships b. society that is the same races d. society that has multilevel equality
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A heterogeneous society is society that is mixed with different type of people.
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There are three ways of becoming a U.S. citizen and they include all of the following EXCEPT: a. being born in the U.S. c. being naturalized b. being born in a foreign country of American parentage d. being born in a country that has diplomatic ties with the U.S.
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There are three ways of becoming a U.S. citizen and they include all of the following EXCEPT being born in a country that has diplomatic ties with the U.S.


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