sushiiesss
  • sushiiesss
How is the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 an example of nativism?
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zaraxx
  • zaraxx
Nativism is the belief that the people native to the country are somehow above immigrants/other races/ethnicities. Nativism is prevalent in the Chinese Exclusion Act because it supports the narrative that white Caucasian native-born Americans are the only ones who belong in America. (which is irony in itself)

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