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Attached is an article from The Nation reviewing one of the racist immigration laws of the 1920s:

"The Immigration Act of 1924 denied admission to the United States to wives of American citizens if these wives are of a race ineligible for citizenship. Hindus, Chinese and Japanese are ineligible. Hence the curious and cruel fact that while an Oriental merchant with his wife may enter America, the wedded wife of an American-born citizen is held at the coast for deportation."

Read another article about Asian immigration to California.

Click here to read about the 1921 [anti-]Alien Land Bill in California.

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The Anti-Asian Immigration Laws of 1924 (The Nation, 1927)

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