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Guests and Aliens

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The author suggests that the American experience represents only one phase in a long history of global border crossing. She describes the relative normality of the pursuit of work across borders during the emergence of the European nation-states and explains the economic and political mass migrations of Italians and Eastern European Jews during the 19th and early 20th centuries. She also discusses the dislocations - particularly those after World War II - that have engendered the refugee concept. Using these examples, the ...

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1565844815

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Guests and Aliens
2000, New Press

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1999, New Press, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9781565844810

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