During the 1920s and After, Many American Immigrant Ethnic Groups
During the 1920s and after, many American immigrant ethnic groups
A) rapidly assimilated into the mainstream of American life.
B) sought to escape urban poverty by migrating to rural areas.
C) lived in neighborhoods with their own churches or synagogues, newspapers, and theaters.
D) maintained a greater loyalty to the old country than to the United States.
E) sought political autonomy and official recognition by the U.S. government.