Summary and Conclusions
Emigrants from American society tend to be shadowy and elusive whereas immigrants are highly visible and identifiable individuals within the culture. This is not surprising in a society built on the cultural myth of being a haven for the “wretched refuse” of another country’s teeming shore. Such a tribute, enshrined in the symbol of the United States, the Statue of Liberty, doubtlessly inspired millions of immigrants who passed by her, as well as millions who aspired to throw off the yoke of oppression.
KeywordsHost Country Return Migration Host Society Israeli Society Religious Pluralism
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