Discrimination against Jews, denial of civil rights, and government sanctioned attacks on Jews (pogroms), spark a massive Jewish exodus from Russia to the United States. By the time immigration is curtailed in 1924 with the enactment of the Johnson Immigration Act, an estimated 2.5 million Jews come to America, swelling the Jewish population there to over four million by 1930.
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