For reform of the naturalization laws

Webster, Daniel
August 2017
For Reform of the Naturalization Laws;8/1/2017, p1
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Presents the text of a 1844 speech advocating the reform of the United States' naturalization laws. Condemnation of the use of recently-arrived immigrants to vote in United States election; Elections in Pennsylvania and New York state, which went against the author's political party, as examples of electoral fraud.


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