Title: italian immigrants
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People began to become xenophobic which is the hatred or fear of strangers or foreigners. So congress began to pas legislation that restricted immigration and set up quotas. "The first legislation passed reduced the number of immigrants to 3% of the total population in the country." Congress also passed the National Origins Act of 1924, commonly know as the Johnson Act, which restricted immigration to 2% of the total population," (Ludwig pg 1)...
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At around the same time the labor, temperance and reactionary movements were happening and looking for support. Many times these groups or similar groups would use the fact that people disliked immigrants to get support and help to further their causes. This led to outrageous immigration laws.
Those Italians that were immigrating to the United States were entering through Ellis Island, New York...
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