Has the U.S. Worn Out Its Welcome Mat?

Alperstein, Olivia
September 2015
Foreign Policy in Focus;9/25/15, p2
The article comments on the changes in the immigration policy of the U.S. Topics covered include the opinion that the U.S. has not been very welcoming to immigrants, the larger commitments of smaller nations to helping refugees, and the racist protests, threats and discrimination experienced by immigrants who came to the U.S.


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