Erika Lee
Erika Lee
Erika Lee is the author of "America for Americans: A History of Xenophobia in the United States" and director of the Immigration History Research Center at the University of Minnesota.Source
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Perspective | Americans are the dangerous, disease-carrying foreigners now

Perspective | Americans are the dangerous, disease-carrying foreigners now

It’s the height of the summer travel season, and can now visit the European Union again after pandemic-related shutdowns were lifted. But not Americans. We’re banned. Citing concerns, the E.U. did not include the United States, which has had more coronavirus deaths and infections than any other country, on a recent list of approved nations.Being barred from another country is not something that Americans are familiar with. For centuries, we have been the ones demonizing foreigners as carriers of infectious disease. And we have been the ones banning immigrants in the name of protecting...

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