A Nation of Nations
Tom Gjelten talked about his book A Nation of Nations, in which he speaks about the history and impact of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, also known as the Hart-Celler Act. In his book, he reports that the nation’s immigrant population tripled in the fifty years since the act’s passage. He spoke with Marcela Garcia. close
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Marcela Garcia Editorial Writer Boston Globe
Tom Gjelten Correspondent NPR
Thomas "Tom" J. Putnam Director Kennedy (John F.) Presidential Library
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