America's Deportation Drive

Ban, Oscar
July 1935
New Republic;7/31/35, Vol. 83 Issue 1078, p332
Focuses on the recommendation for the deportation of immigrants as a sure-fire remedy for unemployment and other social and economic problems in the U.S. Occurrence of deportation drives in times of economic crisis; Failure of President Franklin Roosevelt's administration to inaugurate any important change in deportation policy; Details on the ultimate purpose of the current anti-alien movement.


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