St Francis College Vietnam War and US Immigration Policy Bibliography

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Please submit your thesis statementtogether with citations for at least four primary sources and abstracts for at least two secondary sources. Remember your thesis needs to be in the form of an argument. You will support your thesis by using the primary and secondary sources. Please see the Resources module for help with your thesis statement. In addition, feel free to email me if you have a question about whether or not you are on the right track.

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3. Two secondary sources with citations and abstracts (short summaries of the source.)

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Serwaa Gyasi
August 13, 2020

Thesis statement.
The Vietnam War of 1955 to 1975 played a key role in influencing the US Immigration Policy as
refugees fleeing communism were given priority as opposed to those fleeing atrocities in their
home countries.
Primary Sources.
Cargill M. T. & Huynh J. Q. (2000): Voices of Vietnamese Boat People. Nineteen Narratives
of Escape and Survival. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, Inc.,
Publishers.
Schaefer R. T. & Schaefer S. L. (1975): Reluctant welcome: US responses to the ...


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