The epilogue considers how the relationship between Asian migration and U.S. empire, exclusion, and power began changing in the 1960s through discussion of a “brain drain” from Asia to the United States. Some of the same Asian powers that had once critiqued America for excluding Asians on racial grounds now accused the United States and other Western countries of luring away the most educated and skilled members of developing societies in order to ensure their own economic hegemony for years to come.
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