Our Immigration Problem

April 1923
America;4/28/1923, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p31
The author comments on the immigration situation in the U.S. According to the author, people have contrasting views regarding the issue of restriction or non-restriction of immigration because there are those who believe that the country needs a steady flow of immigrants while there are those who believe that immigration should be restricted because the U.S. is not getting the best of all nations. The author also highlights the proposed two per cent immigration measure of the House Committee on Immigration.


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