First Things First

April 1935
Saturday Evening Post;4/27/1935, Vol. 207 Issue 43, p22
Focuses on the unemployment problem in the U.S., which is greatly complicated by an immigration problem. Importance of strengthening immigration policies aside from restrictions; Difficulties in tracing crime and disorder committed by aliens and of foreign birth; Implementation of strict deportation law to aliens and immigrants in prevention to the growth of crime.


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