Mexican Repatriation from Michigan Public Assistance in Historical Perspective

  title={Mexican Repatriation from Michigan Public Assistance in Historical Perspective},
  author={Norman Daymond Humphrey},
  journal={Social Service Review},
  pages={497 - 513}
  • N. Humphrey
  • Published 1 September 1941
  • Political Science
  • Social Service Review
Simply, it denotes a restoration to one's homeland. The term "deportation" differs in connotation since it has a coercive or compulsive element which repatriation does not. Yet, with particular reference to Mexican repatriation from Michigan, American-born children of Mexican parentage were sent to Mexico, and some degree of coercion was exercised to effect many a family's return. "Forced" repatriation became so usual on a national level, and so much a part of agency policy, that the Immigrants… 
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