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Posted on the right are the ramblings of U.S. Representative French Strother (1868 1930) who opined about the failures of the 1920s immigration system and listed numerous examples illustrating the collapse of America's ability to assimilate the new-comers. He also indicated how the Congress will remedy the situation.

"We are trying to operate a social order which grew with infinite pains out of the social experience of the English race, and a government equally born out of a common experience of life, and trying to operate them with not one, but a dozen, racial elements whose ideas, ideals, experience, faith, are as different from those of the native stock as garlic is from cabbage."

Don't get him started on multiculturalism...

     


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For Want of Assimilation (Reader's Digest, 1923)

For Want of Assimilation (Reader's Digest, 1923)

For Want of Assimilation (Reader's Digest, 1923)

For Want of Assimilation (Reader's Digest, 1923)

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