(1) which of these statements best describes the views of nativists in the late 1800s? a)they believed that immigrants were inferior to individuals born in the united states. b)they believed that more people should immigrate to the united states and assimilate into american culture. c)they believed that no one should be allowed to immigrate to the united states. d)they believed that immigrants had a responsibility to bring their own cultures to the united states. (2)which of the following best describes tenements in new york city in the early 1900s? a) crowded and unsanitary apartment buildings where two-thirds of the city's population lived b) crowded and unsanitary apartment buildings where a small portion of the city's population lived c) dark and crowded homes outside the city where the majority of city workers lived d) dark and crowded homes outside the city where immigrants lived for a short time after arriving in america 3) during the 1800s, nativists promoted the idea that immigrants contributed to unemployment a) taking jobs back to their native countries. b) blocking american workers from applying for jobs. c) competing for jobs that they believed should go to people born in america. d) forcing or intimidating employers into hiring them. 4) which law required immigrants to be able to read and write? a) the chinese exclusion act b) the immigration act of 1917 c) the emergency quota act d) the johnson-reed immigration act
A . People and goods traveled faster resulting in the economy improving
It became a symbol of America's growing industrial power and a source of confidence that led them to take on even more ambitious quests.
B). Paragraph 3.
Counterarguments function to invalidate the prior claims or arguments proposed in an essay, paper, or text. Thus, they need to be addressed carefully by offering sufficient evidence to substantiate your actual claim or idea which is here about 'the importance of immigration reform'. In the given example, paragraph 3 aptly addresses the counterclaim('Immigrants drain resources from American citizens') by proposing relevant factual evidence that 'immigrants contribute to the U.S. economy' that strengthens the original claim of the author. Thus, option B is the correct answer.
b.In the same sense, we cannot really speak of a particular “immigrant contribution” to America... because all Americans have been immigrants or the descendants of immigrants; even the Indians, as mentioned before, migrated to the American continent.
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Explanation: The experiences of immigrants to the United States were positive, in that they were able to solve their economic situation a little. Most of these immigrants were of European origin, whose countries were at war, a situation not pleasant for them. In the United States they had the opportunity of a new resurgence in the political, economic and social aspects. Immigrants contributed to the growth of the nation with the contribution of the migratory flow, as well as their cultural contribution, also the commercial relations between Europe and America were greatly facilitated.
First, start off by restarting the question:
The immigrants contributed to the nation’s growth during the 1800’s, since these people from other countries brought their country’s culture, food, and languages into our country. Due to this, our country is now full of so many different cultures and religions, along with different culture’s food and languages.
The answer is C) Competing for jobs that they believed should go to people born in America.
Explanation: I don't have one. Your on ingenuity kid
The correct answer is - Immigrants drain government finances and resources.
Very often the immigration is happening in a quick and unplanned manner, as it is in the past few years. The host countries, in order to help the people in need, are opening their borders and allow much more people to enter their countries that what they have planned.
That immediately creates an economic problem, as there's more people than what was predicted and planned, and there's no way to predict how productive will the new comers be in the host country's economy.
Usually that results in more money being spent from the budgets for support for the immigrant families, as they need integration, to learn the language, and upgrade their skills, in order to adjust to the labor market. While that process goes on, lot of money are spent from the budget in order to achieve that goal. On the long run, it may be very productive and good, or to not work at all, depending on the policies, and on the different scenarios.