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Beitrag von 3FuesseKl...

16.01.2006 20:27:09

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Beitrag von kilian8

16.01.2006 20:29:47

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Asians

When the Statue of Liberty started to show new immigrants the way, the first Americans that were born in the USA started to fear, that there would be too many immigrants coming to their country. Some citizens were afraid, that their American culture and way of life would be threatened or that they could lose their jobs to the immigrants, who were willing to work for a lower wage.

In 1924, Congress passed the Johnson-Reed-Immigration Act. For the first time, the USA limited the number of immigrants that they would accept from each country. The percentage of immigrants allowed per country was based on the amount of immigrants from that country who already lived in the USA. Out of this, there emerged an immigration pattern over the next 40 years that represented the immigrants who already lived there, Europeans and North Americans.

Before 1924, the American immigration law completely excluded immigrants from Asian countries. The Americans living in the west of the country feared to lose their jobs to the Chinese and other Asians. Prejudice against people with asian looks were widespread at that time. The law that excluded Chines immigrants was nullified in 1943 and in 1952 a law was passed that allowed all people - no matter their origins - to become an American Citizen.

So, für Rechtschreibfehler gibts keine Haftung, also nochmal durchlesen besser Gerade fix übersetzt. Have fun.

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Beitrag von Teenie_89x

16.01.2006 20:31:11

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Asians

When the statue of liberty began, new immigrants to point, already the first Americans born in the USA were afraid the way that too many immigrants could come into the country. Some citizens feared that thereby its American culture and way of life were threatened, or that they could lose their jobs to newcomers, who were determined to work also for smaller wages. 1924 discharged the congress the Johnson Reed immigration act for the first time limited the USA the number of immigrants, who let her enter from each country. The percentage of humans, who from a certain country permitted immigration, corresponded for the total number of the immigrants from this country, who already lived in the USA. From it, an immigration sample in the next forty years, which reflected mainly the population of immigration, thus European and North Americans already existing, resulted. 1924 ago the American law of immigration excluded immigrants even completely from Asiatic countries. The Americans in the west of the country were afraid that Chinese and other Asians would take their jobs away. Prejudices against humans with Asiatic appearance were far common at this time. The law, which excluded Chinese immigrants, was waived 1943, to become discharged and 1952 a law, which all humans - equal which origin - permitted, American citizens.

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Beitrag von regina050

16.01.2006 20:55:35

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hey cool danke! ihr seid ja richtig fleißig

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Beitrag von superbunny16

16.01.2006 20:58:54

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*grins* da helfen bestimmt die übersetzermaschiene nach *fg*

hey leute aber nicht denn mut verlieren

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