Merleaux on the Political Culture of Sugar Tariffs

Written By Unknown on Tuesday, June 12, 2012 | 9:23 AM

Cambridge Journals is giving free access to an article in International Labor and Working-Class History,  The Political Culture of Sugar Tariffs: Immigration, Race, and Empire, 1898–1930, by April Merleaux, Florida International University.  Here is the abstract:
Francis G. Newlands (Library of Congress)
This article contends that the chronology of popular and legislative movements for restrictive tariffs and immigration exclusion in the United States ran parallel courses between 1898 and the 1930. Those who spoke for and against such policies did so using the rhetoric of race, labor, and empire. The article analyzes the career of Nevada Senator Francis G. Newlands in order to show how the sugar industry and Asian immigration were intrinsic to debates over imperial policy between 1898 and the First World War. The article then describes policy changes during the First World War. The war set the stage for renewed debates over immigration and the sugar trade in the 1920s as the newly formed Tariff Commission attempted to grapple with an oversupplied world sugar market. Their work ultimately reinforced the old associations among race, labor, and trade policy and did little to improve the global sugar crisis.


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