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Tutor profile: Zuher I.

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Subject: US Government and Politics

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Who is a contributor of The Federalist Papers (1788) and why?

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Alexander Hamilton is a contributor of The Federalist Papers. Alexander Hamilton amongst other contributors wrote one of the most historic documents in American history defending the Constitution to promote its ratification.

Subject: Political Science

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What is NATO? Why was it created?

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NATO is the North Atlantic Treaty Organization wihch is an international alliance between 30 states throughout North America and Europe. NATO was created by the signing of the North Atlantic Treaty in April 1949. NATO's purpose was to defend and secure member nations from threats of communism.

Subject: US History

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"The system of quotas . . . was the first major pillar of the Immigration Act of 1924. The second provided for the exclusion of persons ineligible to citizenship. . . . Ineligibility to citizenship and exclusion applied to the peoples of all the nations of East and South Asia. Nearly all Asians had already been excluded from immigration. . . . The exclusion of persons ineligible to citizenship in 1924 . . . completed Asiatic exclusion. . . . Moreover, it codified the principle of racial exclusion into the main body of American immigration and naturalization law." - Historian, Mae M. Ngai In connection with the above quote, please explain the purpose of the Immigration Act of 1924.

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The purpose of the Immigration Act of 1924 was due to emerged social tensions from World War I by limiting entry into the United States through quotas of national origin. Based on the 1890 national census, the United States government was able to provide immigration visas to only two percent of the total number of people of each nationality within the United States.

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