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Between 1846 and 1940, more than 50 million Europeans moved to theAmericas in one of the largest migrations in human history, irrevocablychanging both their new homes and the ones they left behind. As villagesemptied and the fear of depopulation ran rampant, anxiety over вЂњAmericanfeverвЂќ existed alongside the promise of a brighter social and economic future.On both sides of the ocean lives were transformed by these decades of massdeparture. Tara ZahraвЂ™s sweeping historyвЂ”with a timely new epilogue ontodayвЂ™s refugee crisisвЂ”offers insight into issues of global migration that remainof crucial importance.
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