TITLE

Chinese Exclusion

PUB. DATE
September 1943
SOURCE
New Republic;9/6/43, Vol. 109 Issue 10, p323
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the repeal of the Chinese Exclusion Laws in the U.S. View of the Chinese on the Exclusion Act passed that was passed against them; Statement that China has had a profound, almost pathetic faith in the U.S.; Information on Chinese who have been hurt by harsh and often cruel discriminations against their race; Discussion of the testification of Walter Judd, representative from Minnesota in Congress by the House Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, which is considering several bills for the repeal of the Chinese Exclusion Laws; Objection to the repeal movement have been raised by certain uninformed persons who fear an influx of cheap coolie labor; Report that three identical bills are introduced in the U.S. Congress regarding the repeal of the Exclusion laws; Statement that objectives of three bills are the repeal of the Chinese Exclusion Laws, placing Chinese immigration on a quota basis and making Chinese eligible for securing American citizenship; Opinion of Congress of Industrial Organizations on the repeal of Chinese Exclusion laws.
ACCESSION #
14683812

 

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