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How Indians triumphed in America

December 05, 2016

By: .The Economist

IN THE early 20th century just a few hundred people emigrated from India to America each year and there were only about 5,000 folk of Indian heritage living in the United States. That was more than enough for some xenophobes. A government commission in 1910 concluded that Indians were "the most undesirable of all Asiatics” and that the citizens of America’s west coast were "unanimous in their desire for exclusion”....[Read More]

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