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Please help??? Whom do the two men seated at the table represent? What does this cartoon suggest about American attitudes toward immigration in the late 1800s? How do you know this? When answering this question use specific details in the cartoon to explain your reasoning.

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    It shows that we were not supportive of immigration we did not want Chinese laborers flocking to our country and stealing jobs.

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    Thank you! I could not figure that out!

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    Eh not stealing, but ya know taking them and doing the job for half the price like the Mexicans do to us now.

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    Your welcome.

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    The paper reads NO laborers should enter U.S for 20 years.

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