By Colin Holmes
In this e-book, first released in 1991, Colin Holmes examines responses to these immigrants and refugees who've been coming to Britain because the overdue 19th century in addition to the belief and remedy of British-born minorities. He makes an attempt to give an explanation for the hostility which those teams have encountered and divulges in the back of advanced emotions and conditions that have frequently long past unrecognised.
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A Tolerant Country?: Immigrants, Refugees and Minorities: Volume 1 (Routledge Library Editions: Racism and Fascism) by Colin Holmes