TITLE

Enough of Alliens

PUB. DATE
February 1931
SOURCE
Saturday Evening Post;2/14/1931, Vol. 203 Issue 33, p22
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
The article looks at the immigration law of the U.S. It highlights the two kinds of Federal laws including one which has to do with the further restriction of immigration and another which has to do with strengthening of policies which provide for the deportation of aliens who entered illegally. According to the Secretary of the Department of Labor, there are about 400,000 illegal aliens in the country as of 1931. It notes that there were 16,631 aliens who were deported in 1930.
ACCESSION #
21165484

 

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