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Immigration Policies in France and the United States

Overview
France and the United States are two Western democracies that share many traditions. They also face the same issues regarding how to respond to immigration and group identity in politics, education, and law. This study compared the two countries’ immigration policies, race relations, and political institutions; looked at how both countries educate and house immigrants; and analyzed the political and legal implications in each country of integration, marginalization, and discrimination.
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