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AMERICAN INTOLERANCE: Our Dark History of Demonizing Immigrants. Robert E. Bartholomew and Anja E. Reumschüssel. The authors, a sociologist (and CSI fellow) and a science writer, vividly document the long history of abuses against immigrants throughout the history of America from sentiments against Germans and Irish, Chinese, Jews, Mexicans, Native Americans (hardly immigrants!), and of course the mistreatment of African Americans from slavery to the injustices of today. While we have accepted tens of millions of immigrants, there has always been a troubling history of persecution, demonization, and scapegoating. We’d like to forget these tarnished episodes and think they’re all in the past, but current events show that the same strands of intolerance and mistrust are active today. Prometheus Books, 2018, 288 pp., $24.

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