The Sinking of the USS Maine: Declaring War Against Spain

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The American public's resistance to immigration culminated in a series of immigration restriction laws passed in the early 1920s that placed quotas on the numbers of people allowed from each foreign country. Ratification was completed on August 18, 1920. By 2005, the Department of Education anticipates a leveling off of enrollment in the total number of elementary and secondary students, with decreases seen between 2005 and 2010, although projections for enrollment through 2006 suggest that numbers of secondary school students will reach an all-time high before dropping.

Pages: 114

Publisher: Chelsea House Pub (L); 1 edition (November 2008)

ISBN: 1604130490

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