The Plot Against the McCarran-Walter Act. IMMIGRATION REFORM, Herbert G. MOORE.

The Plot Against the McCarran-Walter Act

Los Angeles: Freedom Clubs, 1952. Offprint. Quarto (11" x 8-1/2"); bifolium; 4pp. Two horizontal mailing folds (as issued), else Fine. Reprinted from the December, 1952 issue of the National Republic. Right-wing attack on attempts to block passage of the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act, which established immigration restrictions in order to "... safeguard the country from communism, "Jewish interests", and undesirables ... deemed as external threats to national security" (REF: Marinari. "Divided and Conquered: Immigration Reform Advocates and the Passage of the 1952 Immigration and Nationality Act." Journal of American Ethnic History, vol. 35, no. 3, Spring 2016).

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