Which quotation from this letter reveals the main reason for the surge in Irish immigration to the United States in the mid-nineteenth century?
“I am exceedingly well pleased at coming to this land of plenty.”
“I would advise all my friends to quit Ireland. . . .”
“What you labour for is sweetened by contentment and happiness. . . .”
“There is no failure in the potato crop. . . .”
The correct answer is “There is no failure in the potato crop. . . .” .