It may seem that the current anxieties about immigration in the US have never been more intense, but history suggests otherwise.  Dartmouth professor Richard Wright examines the present-day contradictions of US immigration policy and places them in historical perspective.

A program of Vermont Humanities
Library Sponsor:  The Friends of Ilsley Public Library
Underwriters: The Residence at Otter Creek;  VT Dept. of Libraries;  Andrew W. Mellow Foundation and the Pulitzer Prizes

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