Feelings Run Strong on Immigration

Davis, Joan Christie
October 1958
America;10/11/1958, Vol. 100 Issue 2, p39
The article discusses several provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act that cause disagreement in the U.S. The calculation and racial factor of the annual quota assigned to each country for immigration to the U.S. are noted. The Act provides a probationary period for naturalized citizens. There is also disagreement over reasonable screening that will prevent subversive elements from entering the country.


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