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William B. Wilson (1862 - 1834) was the first to be appointed Secretary of Labor, and in this article he weighs the needs of Europe for fighting men and the needs of the United States for laborers. It is a very dry article and difficult to get through, but, happily, the most interesting factoids can be found in the opening paragraphs when he explains how many new immigrants chose to leave the United States in order to fight for their old countries in Europe.

     


W.W. I and Immigration (Harper's Weekly, 1915)

W.W. I and Immigration (Harper's Weekly, 1915)

W.W. I and Immigration (Harper's Weekly, 1915)

W.W. I and Immigration (Harper's Weekly, 1915)

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