Immigration Crossroads

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Immigration Crossroads

By Constantine Panunzio
Macmillan, 1927
307 pp. $2.50

A sympathetic reconsideration of the immigration problem, written from the immigrant's viewpoint by one who has made a close study of the situation as it has developed and as it is now handled. He exposes certain weaknesses of the present system and urges the necessity of a broader international viewpoint in the matter of restriction.

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