Why did the US Congress pass an exclusion act in 1882 barring Chinese immigrants?
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because Chinese immigrants would work for low wages, which labor leaders felt took jobs away from US citizens
because the Chinese immigrants refused to work for low wages, which labor leaders felt added jobs to the US economy
because the federal government had decided to ban all immigration to control the size of the US population
because the trend of Chinese immigrants to large urban cities harmed the industrialization of the US economy
because only immigrants from southern and eastern European countries contributed to the US "melting pot" culture
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Why did the US Congress pass an exclusion act in 1882 barring Chinese immigrants? @WOW_SCHOOL_SUCKS9396
Its A the chines would come to the U.S and would work for anything this happened in California people rather hire a Chines worker since they didn't expect much and didn't really mind working conditions in the U.S but this cut down on the citizens who where more picking on both payment and working enviorment essentially it stopped too many chines people from comming to the U.S of course this law was taken down in 1943.