All of the following account for nativist sentiment against the New immigrants of the late 19th century EXCEPT that the immigrants
a. practiced different religions
b. had different languages and cultures
c. were willing to work for lower wages than were native born workers
d. were not familiar with the United States political system
e. dominated the professions of law, medicine and engineering

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  1. Most of the immigrants spoke different languages, had different religions and cultures, and were unskilled laborers.

    Does that give you a clue? What do you think the answer is?

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  2. sue's answer doesnt help at all. thanks alot i failed

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