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The term "melting pot" in this sense is applied to the attached study of forensic anthropology as it was reported in THE LITERARY DIGEST for 1917. This article concerns the work of Dr. Ales Hrdlika (1869 - 1943) of the National Museum of Washington, and the records that he maintained regarding the physical features of the earliest European settlers compared to the Americans of the early Twentieth Century (read: Jews and Italians), following so many generations of immigration and intermarriage.

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Junk Science and Immigration Policy (Literary Digest, 1917)

Junk Science and Immigration Policy (Literary Digest, 1917)

Junk Science and Immigration Policy (Literary Digest, 1917)

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