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Nativism would affect immigrants because of bias and prejudice. Nativism refers to a bias that inhabitants had toward people that were not Protestant or white.

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How did nativist view the new wave of immigrants in the late 1800s?

they hated them


Why did new immigrants represent a threat to nativist Americans?

Many "new" immigrants were unskilled and poor and came to the United States alone


Nativist organization that attacked new immigrants and roman catholicism in the a1880's a d 1890?

new imigrants organization


Nativist organization that attacked New Immigrants and Roman Catholicism in the 1880s and 1890s?

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What was one result of nativist of new immigrants?

Fake sciences claimed that whites were smarter and more capable than other races.


What was on result of nativist fears of new immigrants?

Fake sciences claimed that whites were smarter and more capable than other races.


Which movement supported established residents over new immigrants?

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What was the movement supported established residents over new immigrants?

Nativism


What was the movement that supported established residents over new immigrants?

Nativism


New Immigrants?

Immigrants from southern and eastern Europe who formed a recognizable wave of immigration from the 1880s until 1924, in contrast to the wave of immigrants from western Europe who had come before them. These new immigrants congregated in ethnic urban neighborhoods, where they worried many native-born Americans, some of whom responded with nativist anti-immigrant campaigns and others of whom introduced urban reforms to help immigrants assimilate.


What were the various governmental and social reaction to the influx of immigrants?

Governments implemented immigration restrictions and quotas, as well as assimilation policies to manage the influx of immigrants. Social reactions included nativist movements, discrimination, and instances of xenophobia towards immigrants. However, there were also efforts to provide support and assistance to help immigrants integrate into their new societies.


What was the impact of the immigration and nationality act of 1965?

it led to the arrival of millions of new immigrants in america