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Magill's Choice: Immigration in U.S. History: eBook of the Month

Updated on: Jun 5, 2006 @ 2:20:00 pm

Now, more than ever, questions about race, politics, and security dominate the immigration debate. For students, educators, and anyone interested in immigration reform, the June eBook of the month will provide a broad historical context on today's headlines, covering U.S. immigration from the early 17th century through to the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
The new and updated 2006 edition of Immigration in U.S. History offers concise, essential reference and includes 193 essays exploring topics ranging from border control and law enforcement to discrimination, race, economic and labor issues, immigration law, bi-lingual education and much more.
During month of June, NetLibrary and Salem Press make the eBook of the Month freely available, although it has not yet been received and added to the UCF collection.
Take a look Immigration in U. S. History by clicking on "N" and then NetLibrary at the UCF Libraries Articles and Databases list at



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