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" It is undoubtedly a protection to the wage earners of this country. The situation should, however, be carefully surveyed, in order to ascertain whether it is working a needless hardship upon our own inhabitants. If it deprives them of the comfort and... "
Admission as Nonquota Immigrants of Certain Alien Wives and Children of ... - Pagina 8
de United States. U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Immigration - 1928 - 29 pagini
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Admission of Certain Relatives: Hearing... on S. 2245...

United States U. S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Immigration - 1926 - 80 pagini
...afford relief, always in accordance with the principle that our Government owes its first duty to its •own people and that no alien inhabitant of another...legal rights whatever under our Constitution and laws. But we should not be unmindful of the obligations of common humanity." Most people who have studied...
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Wives of American Citizens of Oriental Race...: Hearings on H.R.2404, H.R ...

United States. U.S. Congress. House. Committee on immigration and naturalization - 1930 - 44 pagini
...exists why the relief afforded in the proposed amendment should not be granted In view of the admitted principle that " our Government owes its first duty...rights whatever under our Constitution and laws." The Government's first duty is to our own citizens, but it is to our own citizens that the relief accruing...
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Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States, Volumul 1

United States. Department of State - 1940
...we hold as security for the settlement of claims due to our people and our Government. IMMIGRATION While not enough time has elapsed to afford a conclusive...forgetful of the obligations of a common humanity. While our country numbers among its best citizens many of those of foreign birth, yet those who now...
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Chinese American Voices: From the Gold Rush to the Present

Judy Yung, Gordon H. Chang, H. Mark Lai - 2006 - 462 pagini
...exists why the relief afforded in the proposed amendment should not be granted in view of the admitted principle that — "Our Government owes its first...rights whatever under our Constitution and laws." The Government's first duty is to our own citizens, but it is to our own citizens that the relief accruing...
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