Our Great Wall against the Chinese

Walsh, Richard J.
November 1942
New Republic;11/23/42, Vol. 107 Issue 21, p671
Focuses on the effect of the decision of the U.S. State Department to give up special rights in China on relations between the U.S. and China. Suggestion for revision of those laws which discriminate against Chinese people; Condition of the Chinese in the U.S. before the beginning of the World War II; Need to consider the special restriction regarding immigration and visitors in view of the post-war scenario; Acceptance of traveler's own government passport for Asians other than Chinese while provision of the Section 6 Certificate for Chinese; Criticism for naturalization of Germans, Japanese and Italians but not the Chinese in the U.S.


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