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what contributions have the Seneca tribes made to our nation today
The cast of A Nation of Immigrants - 1967 includes: Richard Basehart as (narrator)
The major contributions are * India as a single nation and * English
A Nation of Immigrants - 1967 TV was released on: USA: 8 September 1967
Because the United States was started by immigrants, everyone who lives or lived in the U.S were immigrants or had family that were immigrants.
Because America is known for being a land that many immigrants come to to make their lives, and they make significant impacts on life in America in both the past and the present. Because of this, America is very diverse compared to other countries, and has really been built and developed by its immigrants.
one of his major contributions as President of the new nation was having the ability to keep the new nation neutral and out of foreign wars.
because they wanna be
Yes, we're known for being a nation of immigrants. Ever since the 1800's...
The United States is a nation of immigrants. The English came from ENGLAND in 1620 making them IMMIGRANTS. The only people here who aren't immigrants are Native Americans and the immigrants tried their best to kill them.
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There is no specific use for nation as a collective noun, however if the context is appropriate, nation can be used as a collective noun. Some examples are 'a nation of immigrants', a nation of adventurers, a nation of farmers, etc.
The most significant success of reconstruction was the keeping the nation united as one. The Confederacy was dismantled and one nation emerged again.
No, its an individual nation.
Please go back and review the history of the U.S. prior to the constitution and follow the links of time and war.___________The question is a little like asking "What good is air except for breathing?" The US is a nation of immigrants, and it will forever be a nation of immigrants. There were absolutely no native-born US citizens at the moment that the US came to be. [There were indigenous American peoples and I in no way belittle their heritage or their contributions to the US]. Immigrants and/or the descendants of immigrants are our life-blood, just as air sustains us.But this should NOT be construed as saying that the US is obliged to be a borderless nation, and anyone who walks in has the right to demand citizenship or any of the rights and privileges that citizens share. Obviously citizenship was a complex and difficult to define concept in 1789, but the constitution does address it. If we selectively abandon the rule of law, then the rule of law is ultimately worthless.
LEGAL immigrants are good for the US because our nation was founded by immigrants, settled by immigrants, and is what it is today because of the hard work of (mostly) law-abidingimmigrants. Young immigrants work and pay into the social security system, thereby funding the dwindling accounts of the aging population.
keeping the nation out of foreign wars.
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