How do these issues relate to the immigrant experience in america?

The “Bintel Brief” was a series of letters sent by ordinary Eastern European immigrants to a Yiddish-language newspaper, the Jewish Daily Forward. Read these letters and the responses of the editors (available on Blackboard).
What are some of the main themes or problems identified in these letters? How do these issues relate to the immigrant experience in America?
What is the point of view of the “Bintel Brief” editors in their responses to the letters? How does their approach compare to other individuals or ideas we discussed in class, such as Jane Addams, Social Darwinism, or the Nativists?
Finally, do you think today’s immigrants face difficulties similar to the Bintel Brief writers? How and why?
In your assignment, don’t just summarize each letter individually. Instead, try to identify the patterns that they form, such as conflict between immigrants, or nostalgia.
That’s the article name The Bintel Brief

How effective, do you think, were these testimonies in trying to get a worker reform bill passed in parliament?

READINGS MUST BE ACCESSED FROM OUTSIDE SORCE I DONT HAVE THEM
Writing Assignment #1
Answer each of the following questions based on the Companion Reader excerpts.  Please submit online.
1.    Read Robespierre’s “On Political Morality”
What is Robespierre’s conception of government and who are its enemies?
2.    Read George Valentia, “Calcutta”
What problems does Valentia cite in British India and what solutions does he propose?
3.    Read “Testimony for the Factory Act”
How effective, do you think, were these testimonies in trying to get a worker reform bill passed in Parliament? Cite specific examples within the testimonies for your answer.
4.    Read Abd-Allah ibn Abd al Wahhab’, “Wahhabi Reformers in Mecca”
Which elements of the Wahhabi belief system can be observed in this account?
5.    Read Pierre Joseph Proudhon’s “What is Property?”
What is the central argument of this essay and how does Proudhon defend this assertion?

A final  paragraph should also identify and discuss a reading for your research paper  that relates to one of the week’s chapters.

Houses of History  6, 7, 8  four paragraph summary.
First three  paragraphs should identify each chapter’s chief question, claim, and evidence.  A final  paragraph should also identify and discuss a reading for your research paper  that relates to one of the week’s chapters.