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Acceptance of immigrants into the melting pot of America is an important national myth. As with many myths, there is truth to this, but exploring immigration reveals that the story is much more complicated. We can see evidence of hostility toward immigrants throughout much of American history, into colonial times, and this hostility seems to only increase as we progress through the course. In a nation of immigrants and their descendants, why was there so much hostility towards more recent arrivals?
You should plan to write a cohesive, formal essay, 1300 to 1600 words, in which you develop an argument and advance it through making points and using evidence to back them up.
The formatting is the usual – double-spaced, standard margins, normal sized font (11 or 12 point, depending on which you choose) and so on.
Do not use or consult outside sources for this assignment. You should only be referencing the documents on Canvas (Immigration documents), a letter from Benjamin Franklin (here – founders.archives.gov/documents/Franklin/01-04-02-0173 (Links to an external site.) – with an introduction and many footnotes), the textbook, and lecture videos. You do not need to use all of the documents, but you should use some of them, along with the textbook and lecture videos. The best papers tend to blend together a variety of different types of sources, making for a stronger case. You will have all the information you need to write an outstanding essay.
You can just use parenthetical citations (Author, page number) after something you wish to cite. Those with none or very few will likely earn a failing grade. Since you will all be using the same sources, there is no need for a works cited page.

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