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What did U.S. nativists think of immigrants?

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  1. cv2001
    • 3 years ago
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    In scholarly studies "nativism" is a standard technical term. However, in public political discourse "nativist" is a term of opprobrium usually used by the opposition, and rarely by nativists themselves (they call themselves "patriots."[5]). Anti-immigration is a more neutral term that may be used to characterize opponents of immigration. Other words: They were completely and totally against it.

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  3. Surferbumm
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    Thank you (:

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