He argues that the american commitment to refugees in the post 1945 era occurred not just because of foreign policy imperatives during the cold war but also because of particular domestic developments within the united states such as the red scare the civil rights movement the rise of the right and partisan electoral politics. Abebookscom americans at the gate the united states and refugees during the cold war politics and society in modern america 9780691123325 by bon tempo carl j and a great selection of similar new used and collectible books available now at great prices. Americans at the gate book read reviews from worlds largest community for readers the united states and refugees during the cold war as want to read start your review of americans at the gate the united states and refugees during the cold war write a review nov 05 2013 derek ide rated it liked it. Unlike the 1930s when the united states tragically failed to open its doors to europeans fleeing nazism the country admitted over three million refugees during the cold war this dramatic reversal gave rise to intense political and cultural battles pitting refugee advocates against determined opponents who at times successfully slowed admissions. Immigration to the us during the cold war what effect did the cold war conflict have on us immigration policy as decolonization spread throughout the world and the civil rights movement gained support in the united states many americans began pressing for a more liberal immigration policy
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