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Term: nativism

Definition:

the attitude and/or practice of protecting the interests of native-born, white Americans against those of recent immigrants; especially prevalent ca. 1880-1920, when immigration from China and southern and eastern Europe was at its height.

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[Source: Houghton Mifflin Reader's Companion to American History]
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