To what extent did British Post-War Immigration Policy pacify or appease racism in society? : A Case Study 1945 – 1974

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The objective of this evaluation is to outline the debate as to whether or not British immigration policy appeased or pacified racism within British society. Also the work would then proceed to examine if efforts to appease or pacify racism with changes to the immigration policy of the United Kingdom were justified or umjustified. Immigration policy was changed by the Atlee government to increase immigration and later in the 1960s and 1970s to restrict entry covertly if not overtly on racial grounds. Also in the same period, Labour governments at least attempted to tackle the discrimination encountered by non-white immigrants and their families through legislation.



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