In the 19th century, many immigrants who are now considered White were not viewe

 
 
 

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In the 19th century, many immigrants who are now considered White were not viewe

In the 19th century, many immigrants who are now considered White were not viewed that way and were systematically and sometimes violently discriminated against. For instance, records reveal instances of Italians being lynched in the South and media publications referring to Irish immigrants as “low-browed and savage, groveling and bestial, lazy and wild, simian and sensual” (Roediger, 1991, p. 133).
Answer the following questions.
Although the target groups may have changed, what similarities do you see in the way non-White immigrants are characterized in the United States today?
What emotions, dispositions, or cultural worldviews do you think underlie the fears White Americans have about immigrants?
Using your text or scholarly references, please prepare your answer in a minimum of two paragraphs. Use APA for in-text citations and references. Please ask your instructor if you have any questions on APA.

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