Is there anything that still remains of Teddy Roosevelt's Square Deal? What exactly still remains and are they still good policies or programs? Why or why not? Please help 50 plus words please help
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19th amendment granted women the right to vote. the 19th amendment guarantees all american women the right to vote.
a. by accepting the election of president abraham lincoln in 1860 and convincing other southern states to do the same
angel island immigration station was an immigration station located in san francisco bay which worked from 1910 to 1940. the majority of immigrants that got there were from the asian hemisphere, specifically from china, japan, russia, and south asia, being china the country from where more people arrived.
the number of foreigners arriving at it took the attention of americans who feared the new arrivals would take their jobs. the work opportunities were not abundant due to the economic comedown of 1870 and the asians, as newcomers, were willing to work for cheaper wages. soon they started to be seen as a threat, which led to an increased discrimination against the chinese - the biggest ethnicity arrived at this station until 1915 when japanese immigrants outnumbered them - being considered as unsuitable americans hence their looks and social situation.
at the station, the immigrant's detention may vary depending on how long the interrogation process took: it could be weeks, months, or even years.
finally, in 1940 an explosion destroyed administration building located on the island, so the united states government decided to stop the process.