By Libby Garland
In After They Closed the Gates, Libby Garland tells the untold tales of the Jewish migrants and smugglers inquisitive about that underworld, exhibiting how such tales contributed to turning out to be nationwide anxieties approximately unlawful immigration. Garland additionally is helping us know how Jews have been associated with, after which unlinked from, the threat of unlawful immigration. through tracing this complicated historical past, Garland bargains compelling insights into the contingent nature of citizenship, belonging, and Americanness.
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After They Closed the Gates: Jewish Illegal Immigration to the United States, 1921-1965 by Libby Garland