Commonwealth immigration: the economic effects asummary of K. Jones and A.D. Smith"s The economic impact of commonwealth immigration by Kathleen Jones

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Statementintroduced by Nicholas Bosanquet.
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ContributionsSmith, A. D. 1933-, Bosanquet, Nicholas., Runnymede Trust.
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By the end of that year, a recordNew Commonwealth immigrants had come to the United Kingdom. Thus, by the time the Commonwealth Immigrants Act became law on July 1,the colored population of Britain was close toOutside of the United States, few studies have estimated the effects of World War II service.

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The conflict between those who see immigration as an economic necessity and those who fear its political consequences has long shaped immigration debate.

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For the most part, their impact was not so much demographic as economic and cultural - and often beneficial. Commonwealth Immigration after World War Two.

The British Nationality Act granted the subjects of the British Empire the right to live and work in the UK. Moreover, Canada contributed more to the Allied air effort than any other Commonwealth country, with overAllied air crew trained in Canada under the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan.

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times with the impact of Commonwealth immigration, trying in each instance to make the context of the argument clear.

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