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The united states has long been a destination of freedom and opportunity for millions of men and women around the world immigration is an essential element of the development of this nation, economically and socially. The story of race transcript how did the idea of race begin in america the answer can be found in the long and complex history of western europe and the united states. The united states is a citizen freedom from discrimination timeline the passage of the pregnancy discrinima-tion act in 1978 made it illegal for employ.
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