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Intergovernmental Relations

Guide for the graduate class with Professor Faria

Immigration Sources

Federal immigration policy over the decades: whom do we open our doors to and why?
In the Library Catalog widget under the Finding Books tab, subject search "immigration united states history" found 407 titles in the Rutgers system.
Green Cards, guest workers, undocumented immigrants.
In the Library Catalog, words anywhere "undocumented workers" search found 36 titles.  Use the Book Request/Recall button to retrieve items from the Alexander Library.
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State and local interventions – from “Sheriff Joe” in Arizona to “Cities of Refuge” (Berkeley, CA; Madison, WI).
The impact of immigration on local communities.
Efforts to pass immigration reform.
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