Über den Autor
Roger Daniels is Charles Phelps Taft Professor of History at the University of Cincinnati and president of the Immigration History Society. His other books include The Politics of Prejudice; American Racism; Concentration Camps, USA; Asian Americans; and Prisoners Without Trial.
Prologue: Chinese Exclusion, 1882 Chapter 1: The United States in the Grey Nineties Chapter 2: The Limits of Progressivism Chapter 3: World War I and the Ambiguities of Nationalism Chapter 4: Postwar Passions Chapter 5: The Triumph of Nativism Epilogue: Toward Equality
Examining the conditions of immigrants, Native Americans, and African Americans between 1890 and 1924, the heyday of immigration and a time of supposed progress for American minorities, Mr. Daniels finds that these groups experienced as much repression as advance. Lucid...a very readable work. Choice. American Ways Series.