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Italian Immigration Into Canada: The Historical Process and Trends
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This is a 12 page paper discussing the historical process of Italian immigration into Canada. The process for Italian immigration into Canada has varied greatly in accordance with the development of the Immigration Acts over the last century. During the late 1800s and early 1900s, European immigrants were welcomed into Canada and offered land in exchange for their labor in the major industries such as mining, the railroads and the forestry camps and Italians were recruited by labor agents working for these industries and there were very few restrictions in order to meet demand. In 1906 and 1910, the Immigration Acts were introduced were designed to encourage British and American immigrants and restrict others, however industrialists still found that the European workers were still the best compromise in regards to wages paid and labor intensity and Italian immigration was still considerable in regards to the labor market. While little immigration occurred during the Depression and World War II years, after the war a great wave of Italian immigration occurring through a process which involved an alliance between the Canadian government and their new embassy in Rome. The process of family sponsorship created chains of Italian immigrants which was reduced when the points system was introduced in 1967 and placed a great deal of merit on education. The Immigration Act of 1976 lifted a great many of the discriminatory restrictions and allowed once more for immigration based on sponsorship and other aspects in relation to immigration goals and international relations. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Jimmy Hoffa (1913-1975?)
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A 10 page paper which examines the life and career of the controversial Teamsters’ union boss who mysteriously disappeared on July 30, 1975. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Jimmy Hoffa and Robert F. Kennedy
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A 3 page discussion of the conflict between Hoffa and Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy. This paper highlights the organized crime connections of not just Hoffa but the Kennedy's as well. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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John Kenneth Galbraith's "The Position Of Poverty" And Robert B. Reich's "Why The Rich Are Getting Richer And The Poor, Poorer": Compare/Contrast
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5 pages in length. Within the literary boundaries of John Kenneth Galbraith's "The Position Of Poverty" and Robert B. Reich's "Why The Rich Are Getting Richer And The Poor, Poorer," the reader is given a significantly better understanding as to why there exists such a tremendous separation between rich and poor. While Galbraith cites the curse of capitalism, Reich tends to focus more closely upon the decline in a decently paid workforce, a contrast that effectively distinguishes Reich and Galbraith. Reich notes that major corporations such as AT&T, American Airlines and General Motors – just to name a few – have ceased taking care of their employees, choosing instead to seek out cheap labor as a means by which to fortify even further their already overflowing money pots. By doing so, one can readily surmise that the middle class is slowly but surely being squeezed out as the separation between upper and lower class. The writer compares and contrasts these articles as they are found in Lee A. Jacobus' "A World of Ideas." No additional sources cited.
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