Keep Up the Bars!

December 1932
Saturday Evening Post;12/10/1932, Vol. 205 Issue 24, p20
Presents comments on the indications of the decline of immigrants entering the U.S. Reason behind the difficulties encountered in the campaign for immigration restriction; Opinion on the cheap labor myth; Need for a long-term suspension of immigration in the country.


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