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What did nativists think about Chinatowns in the late 1800s?
O Nativists thought Chinatowns were too different from other neighborhoods in cities and should not exist.
O Nativists thought Chinatowns were dangerous but necessary to help Chinese immigrants assimilate.
O Nativists thought Chinatowns were unusual but added to the diverse culture and traditions of a city.
O Nativists thought Chinatowns were useful because they separated immigrants from other residents.
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