CHINESE IN AMERICA. - Chinese Immigration. Mr Page from the Committee on Education and Labor, Submitted the following Report ... [with] Mr Wills ... Submitted the Following as the Views of the Minority ...
[Washington, Government printer] 1882. Octavo disbound, the pair together in modern plain wrapper; 2pp & 6pp. Actually two copies of the Minority Report here - making this near a two for one deal. ¶ You might think that the dissenting minority here object to the racist invective and punitive measures contained in the Committee report on the Chinese Immigration Bill that the Committee instructs both houses to pass without debate and of course you'd be wrong. A bill excluding the Chinese for a mere ten years will do nothing to stem the pernicious invasion and other measures in the bill weaken even further protection against the evil tide. The minority committee members will however overlook the dismantling or watering down of punishments if the period of exclusion is extended to at least fifteen years.AUD 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 51.5 US$ 56.36 | £UK 44 | JP¥ 6276] Book number 9820
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