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Reconsidering Jewish Migration to the United States: A Century of Controversy

Hosted By: The Center for Jewish History

This symposium brings together nationally renowned scholars, experts, and politicians to examine how the 1924 Johnson-Reed Immigration Act restricted immigration from the interwar period to the 1960s, how Jews and other groups were affected, and how the liberalization of immigration law after the 1960s produced major demographic changes in the United States and set the stage for contemporary political controversies over the role of immigration in American life.

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