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"These men and women cannot become citizens without exposing themselves as lawbreakers. They live in constant fear of detection and consider every representative of the government an enemy. They proved their undesirability by their lawless method of entry. To allow them to stay is like saying to a housebreaker, "Now that you're in, you might as well sit down and have a drink."

"We have within our gates a vast and rather sinister army of aliens who, for reasons of their own, thought it best to avoid the officials posted at their points of entry. We are giving millions of them jobs. We are supporting millions more in charity. They will never become citizens and few could pass the requirements for naturalization. Many are mentally deficient - many more are sworn to overthrow [our] democratic government."

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Deported From Ellis Island (Literary Digest, 1937)

Deported From Ellis Island (Literary Digest, 1937)

Deported From Ellis Island (Literary Digest, 1937)

Deported From Ellis Island (Literary Digest, 1937)

Deported From Ellis Island (Literary Digest, 1937)

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