Immigration In The Late 19th Century

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“Immigration in the late 19th century to the early 20th century” Immigration is the foundation of our nation. Built upon a quest for religious and political liberty, what would become the United States of America was, and still is, a symbol of freedom. In the late 19th century and early 20th century, however, this hope for a better life was amplified by World War I, violence abroad, poverty, political restrain, religious restrictions, and more. The reason people from many regions wanted to come to the USA during this time period was because of the “push-pull experience”. People from countries such as Italy, Greece, Russia, etc. had a major influence push them to leave, and America’s promise of freedom and a brighter future pulled them. Immigration

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