march 1895

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  • Immigration and Naturalization

    “The problem to be solved—and a most difficult one it is—is, what new legislation, if any, is needed, that … will remedy the pernicious effects, political, social, and economic, which … are resulting from the unchecked immigration and reckless naturalization of foreigners in the past.”

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