Soviet Immigration to America
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This paper reflects the history of immigration from the Former Soviet Union to the US in the early 1980s. Using a new resource from the Center of Immigration organization, researchers are able to cite statistics that point to the increase in immigration during the transition of the Cold War Russia to the Gorbachev era.
From the Paper:"Immigration occurs when people in a certain country or region are experiencing political or religious oppression, economic distress, famine, war, or a host of other grave problems that convince them that they have no choice but to leave their native land for a new country and a new life in another land. Over the last two hundred years, more people have immigrated to the United States than any other country, and have often found life so good here that they have contacted family and friends in the..."
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