The Golden Door, by J. Campbell Bruce
Mr. Bruce has written a book that every American conscious of his country’s heritage of freedom should know. This is not a scholarly volume; it is neither dispassionate nor calm; it makes no pretense of impartiality. Rather, as befits its subject, it is a book permeated with indignation. For it deals with the monstrous betrayal of American ideals embodied in our immigration laws, and particularly in the infamous McCarran-Walter Act of 1952.
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