By Peter Brimelow
The debatable, bestselling ebook (37,500 hardcover copies bought) that is helping outline the controversy approximately some of the most vital and hotly contested concerns dealing with the US: immigration.
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This, coupled with the triage of China’s nineteenth-century experience—domestic rebellion, foreign invasions, and efforts of the ruling elite to control and preserve their empire—provides the backdrop for the emigration process. Furthermore, because of a lack of interest in European goods, Britain was running a trade deﬁcit with China. To reverse the trend, the East India Company, a British ﬁrm, began exporting opium to China from India. The drug, used for medicinal purposes, soon entered China as a recreational drug, and China began aggressively enforcing laws against opium use and distribution to control the resulting trade deﬁcit, resulting in the ﬁrst of two Opium Wars between Britain and China.
The country’s receptiveness is also reﬂected in the available programs for the immigrants, including basic health, education, and welfare services, as well as programs that can provide psychosocial and emotional support. The acceptance of a group is highly inﬂuenced by the country’s openness to diversity and to ethnically speciﬁc variables, such as language facility, skin color, and other characteristics associated with race. The identities of immigrants are shaped not only by the social location of their group within the host society but also by the position of their country of origin within the global racial order (Espiritu 1996).
Dominant societies reﬂect their xenophobia by social and economic marginalization of groups, usually arising from racial status (Daly 1996; Hjerm 1998). Migrants are segregated against their will by being conﬁned to menial jobs and relegated to deplorable housing conditions in the least desirable sectors of large metropolitan areas (Daly 1996). Marginalization, in which both the original culture and contact with the majority are seen as unimportant (Van Oudenhoven, Prins, and Buunk 1998), creates a class of immigrants working on the fringes of society, without full rights and having access to few resources.
Alien Nation: Common Sense About America's Immigration Disaster by Peter Brimelow