Immigration Policy Throughout the Years
Shannon K. O'Neil
March 22, 2013
As the immigration reform negotiations continue in the House and Senate, the Council on Foreign Relations has put together an interesting timeline of U.S. immigration policy throughout the past sixty years.
Click here to view CFR’s interactive timeline of U.S. immigration policy after World War II.
For more reading on immigration, don’t forget to also check out the Americas Society / Council of the America’s fact sheet on immigrants and the economy, and my Foreign Policy piece debunking immigration’s five biggest myths.
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