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Impossible Subjects: Illegal Aliens and the Making of Modern America
List of Figures and Illustrations xi List of Tables xiii Acknowledgments xv Note on Language and Terminology xix Introduction Illegal Aliens: A Problem of Law and History 1 PART I: THE REGIME OFExpand
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The Architecture of Race in American Immigration Law: A Reexamination of the Immigration Act of 1924
On February 4, 1929, Dr. Joseph A. Hill presented a plan for immigration quotas based on national origin to the United States Senate immigration committee. Hill was the chief statistician of theExpand
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The Strange Career of the Illegal Alien: Immigration Restriction and Deportation Policy in the United States, 1921–1965
In January 1930 officials of the Bureau of Immigration testified about the Border Patrol before a closed session of the House Immigration Committee. Henry Hull, the commissioner general ofExpand
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Birthright Citizenship and the Alien Citizen
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American Orientalism
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Thinking Labor Rights through the Coolie Question
In 2014 the conservative Australian Institute of Public Affairs called for the abolition of the minimum wage—at the time AU$16.87, the highest in the industrial world and twice that of the UnitedExpand
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The Politics of Remembering
More than sixty-five percent of the country’s eighty-six million citizens are under thirty years of age. This means about fifty-six million Vietnamese—about twenty-two million under the age ofExpand
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