The New Anti-Alien Drive

Spivack, Robert G.
November 1943
New Republic;11/29/43, Vol. 109 Issue 22, p740
Focuses on anti-alien campaign in the United States. Information on the Chinese Exclusion Act that presented evidence showing new offensive against Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler's hapless victims; Information on tactics employed by Hearst and Patterson-McCormick newspapers, who supplement the work of congressional alien-baiters; Controversies surrounding the signing of a contract between Office of War Information and an organization known as Short-Wave Research Inc., to help arrange broadcasts to foreign countries; Efforts made by Gerald L.K. Smith leader of the America First party, in the development of anti-alien field.


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