November 2001
Monkeyshines on America;Nov2001 U.S. Events From 1920-1940, p15
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Focuses on immigration in the U.S. in the nineteen twenties. Law passed in 1921 imposing quotas on immigration; Mexican laborers coming to the southwest U.S. in the nineteen twenties; Expansion of the membership of the Ku Klux Klan.


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