Our Road to Daca & The Wall - A
HIST 0083 - A
John F. Kennedy called the U. S. “a nation of immigrants,” while criticizing its long record of vigorous restrictions and exclusionary gate keeping. Throughout history, natives movements limited and controlled Asian, Hispanic, European, and global immigration. They expressed powerful populist and intellectual forces opposing the presence of aliens, however they could not stop the U. S. from growing into the world’s greatest immigrant destination country.