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Dividing Lines:
The Politics of Immigration Control in America
Daniel J. Tichenor

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

List of Tables and Figures ix
Acknowledgments xi
Chapter One: Introduction 1
Chapter Two: The Politics of Immigration Control: Understanding the Rise and Fall of Policy Regimes 16
Chapter Three: Immigrant Voters in a Partisan Polity: European Settlers, Nativism, and American Immigration Policy, 1776-1896 46
Chapter Four: Chinese Exclusion and Precocious State-Building in the Nineteenth-Century American Polity 87
Chapter Five: Progressivism, War, and Scientific Policymaking: The Rise of the National Origins Quota System, 1900-1928 114
Chapter Six: Two-Tiered Implementation: Jewish Refugees, Mexican Guestworkers, and Administrative Politics 150
Chapter Seven: Strangers in Cold War America: The Modern Presidency, Committee Barons, and Postwar Immigration Politics 176
Chapter Eight: The Rebirth of American Immigration: The Rights Revolution, New Restrictionism, and Policy Deadlock 219
Chapter Nine: Two Faces of Expansion: The Contemporary Politics of Immigration Reform 242
Chapter Ten: Conclusion 289
Appendix: The Sample of Interviewees 297
Notes 299
Index 361

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