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Study Group 8 - Imperialism & Racial Formation in the United States

Study Group 8 - Imperialism & Racial Formation in the United States

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However, exclusion was not only an immigration restriction. It became
a unique form of racism that also socially defined the situation of the
remaining Asians inside the country, as well as those who managed to
slip through after exclusion until 1965. Unlike blacks who were
economically integrated into the center of the U.S. economy (albeit in
extremely oppressive ways) and the Native Americans who mainly
remained outside U.S. society as a whole, the Chinese, and then the
other Asian groups in somewhat different degrees, were excluded from
the mainstreams of U.S. society and instead confined to ethnic
enclaves. The Asian ethnic enclaves thus were also products of both
racial and nationality discrimination.

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