August 1936
Saturday Evening Post;8/8/1936, Vol. 209 Issue 6, p22
Discusses the move to legalize the illegal entries of immigrants in the U.S. passed by U.S. Senator Robert R. Reynolds and Alabama Representative Joe Starnes. Permission for American citizenship application for aliens; Analysis on the possibility of deliberate violations to the U.S. immigration laws; Impact of the imposed legalization of citizenship on the economy of the U.S.


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