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The Effect of Limits Imposed on Immigration from Europe to the United States. By: Vilkins Vhite Jake Visuut Miles Vordon. FACTS. America stemmed immigration from Europe Populations of poor economic European countries increased Global economy suffered. WARRANTS and impact.

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The effect of limits imposed on immigration from europe to the united states

The Effect of Limits Imposed on Immigration from Europe to the United States

By: VilkinsVhite

Jake Visuut

Miles Vordon


Facts
FACTS the United States

  • America stemmed immigration from Europe

  • Populations of poor economic European countries increased

  • Global economy suffered


Warrants and impact
WARRANTS and impact the United States

  • American labor organizations did not want immigrants competing for employment.

  • 1924: US established immigration quotas for economically poor countries in Eastern and Southern Europe and Asia


Warrants and impact1
WARRANTS! and impact the United States

  • Population pressure began to build in these economically poor areas.

  • These areas began to suffer from lack of land, food, and natural resources.


Warrants and impacts
WARRANTS!! the United States and impacts

  • The poor countries had too many workers for too few jobs. America had jobs, but few workers.

  • This was not balanced so the global economy suffered.


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